Just sharing some dance moves from my cute little prince 😍
Wednesday night (July 19, 2017), we noticed some small red bumpy patches in my 14-month-old son’s face. At first I thought it’s just some insect bite so I ignored it. The following morning, more red rashes showed up on his back and stomach and before sunset, both his legs and arms are covered with those red rashed too. First thing that came to mind is allergy so I gave him an antihistamine. There are no changes on his rashes and later that night he started having fever. That’s when I started to worry. Combining rashes and fever immediately summons the idea that it could be dengue.
I love my husband flaws and all, but like any other wife, there’s one thing that I really can’t get used too.
He’s not an alcoholic, he just loves drinking. He drinks an average of around 3 times a week and Jagermeister is his favorite.
One thing that happens when he’s drunk? He gets really really irritating. He would talk about a lot of things, he would make fun of me (and he wouldn’t stop until I get really really angry), sometimes when he comes home late, he would wake me up so that we can talk (or to eat whatever he brought home for me).
As of today, I still have 10 unfinished posts here in my Drafts and… yeah, I got so into MOBA recently (Mobile Legends and Heroes Evolved, anyone?) and Ragnarok PH was relaunched last June 29 ( I even joined the Close Beta Test phase!) that’s why I wasn’t able to finish these.
Is it bad for a mom to get hooked on these games? I finished college without even trying ANY online games. I tried League of Legends almost 4 years ago and I hated it. Seriously hate it (too many buttons!), especially when my team mates would start trash talking. Good thing there are android versions of these games now.
Here are some of my most recent awards/honor.
Anyone playing same game? Comment your IGNs!
Ano nga ba ang mas OK? ‘Yung istriktong propesor o yung masyadong mabait?
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Nakita ko ang post na ito habang nagmumuni-muni ako sa CR kanina. Wala lang, ramdam na ramdam ko yung sinasabi ni sender kasi pareho kami ng opinyon. Mas gusto ko yung mga propesor na istrikto kasi mas matututo ka talaga sa kanila.
Noong nasa kolehiyo ako, isa sa mga kinaiinisan ng mga kaklase ko ay iyong mga “minor (subjects) na feeling major”.
Whenever I encounter the word ‘oblivion’ (which is actually rare), first thing that comes to mind is Augustus Waters.
The thought that you will be forgotten and not a single soul will remember you always brings this heartbreaking kind of pain.
I know how it feels when you watch people (thanks Facebook!) go on with their lives, see how far they’ve gone, how successful they’ve become, the milestones they had and apparently no one remembered to invite you, or not even a single chat, call or text to check on you. I know how it feels, the realizations, the pain, I know it so whenever I can, I make people feel that I remember them.
Before my 25th birthday,
This photo was shared in a mommy group I’m in. That Facebook group have more than 15 thousand members and it’s a haven for us moms. Most of us feel it’s a safe place where we can share thoughts and secrets. Anything that moms talk about (from in laws, mistresses, school issues, asking for recommendations, ANYTHING!) can easily be shared in that group and unlike those other mommy groups, this one have more mature members (in my opinion).
I saw this photo in one of my friends’ Facebook profile and I totally agree with what this guy said.
Let me share you guys something.
Our relationship started with a “trial” stage. Both of us just came out of toxic relationships and I said “let’s try to be together for six months and if we’re still together by that time, we’ll decided if we’ll be serious”. We just celebrated our 6th anniversary last April 4. We chose to be together.
When I was pregnant with our first child,
One of the most fascinating experience that I think each parent experienced at one point is having to answer some not-so-easy questions of a toddler. You see, it’s nice to think that from a tiny little baby who’s kicking inside your tummy, your baby’s not so little anymore and she’s starting to wonder more about her surroundings.
As a mom, I already get to answer several questions and most of the time, my answer is “that’s just how it is”, but I’m gonna share something that happened last night.
We’re in bedroom waiting for dinner and we’re watching Fairy Tail (the anime, yes. We’re on Ep130). Erika, our 3-year-old daughter, was hugging Michael that time when she suddenly asked ” Papa, bakit may araw?” (“Papa, why is there a sun?”) Michael looked at me and I just raised my eyebrows.
One of the things that I get to keep after my pregnancies are my cracked heels. Since I gave birth with my second child, I never really get to remove it. Sometimes I’d go for a foot spa but in few weeks time, it’ll be back. I used to love wearing sandals but these cracked heels made me avoid them.