Happy new year everyone! I hope you spent the first week of 2017 well. I spent it with the people I love and most especially with my daughter. It is her first New Year celebration so it was kinda special. Going back to 2016, it was a year full of surprises and too much changes to me from being a wife and mom. A lot has happened in 2016 and I’m not gonna jot it down because its a bit long and my baby might wake up any time now so I have to type fast haha. It was just full of learning, blessings, appreciations and life lessons. It was a year wherein I need to be more responsible and mature. I am so thankful for I had such a wonderful year! Continue reading “Hello 2017!”
How hard is it to be a mother? After all, I thought of what this parenting thing really entails. Before I gave birth to my dear Summer, I am pretty excited yet scared because I am about to make a huge step in my life. Sure, I knew it’s going to be hard including changing lots of diapers and even lose sleep every now and then. Continue reading “Stepping Into Motherhood”
Since the day that our daughter has arrived, it was such a humongous blessing for us. In return, we want her to receive the blessing of Baptism as early as possible. Continue reading “Sprinkle of Blessings”
I had an awesome and wonderful pregnancy journey. I really enjoyed it, from the weird feeling of having someone kicking and moving inside my womb, up to taking advantage of always being in the priority zone hihi.
Giving birth is one of the most exhilarating life event in every women. It is the most powerful thing that a woman can do. Continue reading “Powerful Life Event – My Birth Story”
You’re probably wondering what kind of transformation I am referring to in my title. First of all, life is interesting. Why? It is full of unforeseen events. I don’t know what lies ahead of me that’s why I always have a diverse of feelings. During my preadulthood and as I age, I kept on wondering what is the purpose of my life. Continue reading “My Beautiful Transformation”
In this world we all live with judgments. Whether it is about people we don’t know, achievements, openness, friendliness or talents. I think it’s a built in method all humans have. We all judge people and I’m not an exception. But I’ve gotten better noticing when it do happens and recognizing that it is something harmful. Continue reading “WIRED FOR HAPPINESS”