Category Archives: Parenting

Butterfly Wings

Sharing a song from little K’s music class which I find very beautiful. Happy Humpday everyone!

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Kara on Disney Junior

We’ve wanted to get in on Disney Junior’s Birthday Book ever since its song got stuck in our heads. I tried to register Kara on the Birthday Book for her 1st birthday last year but unfortunately, she still isn’t qualified. So we patiently waited for another year, made sure we registered early and voila! We saw her on television!

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Lessons Learned from Hi5 Story of Doodle Dot Farm

While browsing YouTube for children stories, I came across a storytelling segment of Hi5, a famous children’s show. The story goes like this: Continue reading

When a Nurse Goes Through Labor and Delivery

I remember feeling scared as my swollen tummy was nearing its due date, almost 2 years ago. Being a nurse, I know what to expect and I’ve seen (and helped) a lot of women undergo labor and delivery but it didn’t spare me from being anxious because this time, I was the one about to experience it. I’ve seen other women in pain but I didn’t know how much pain. Thinking about it then, sent shivers down my spine. Here’s a birthing story from a nurse’s perspective:

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2 Product Remedy for Toddler’s Dry Skin

My daughter has very sensitive skin. The back of her legs especially, has this patch of rough, dry, sometimes itchy skin that won’t go away. I’ve changed her bath soap several times and applied creams but none of them worked until we’ve tried these two products: Oilatum Bar Soap and Nivea Moisturizing Lotion. The result is instant and amazing!

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Toddler Carry-on bag Must-haves

Finally we’re back from a week-long vacation in South Korea! It’s a very memorable trip for us, for me especially, because I got to visit friends I haven’t seen for almost 10 years. While I organize our pictures and my thoughts on this recent vacation, let me start this travel post with a list of things I pack for a toddler carry on bag.

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Not having a nanny at home

I’ve been a stay-at-home mom for nearly 2 years now and I must say motherhood is a very tough job. This is why a lot of my friends were asking why we don’t have a nanny at home. For first time moms like me, the simplest solution for you to be able to juggle household chores, work and your baby is to hire a nanny to look after the baby while you do everything else. I admit, my husband and I were tempted to do this at first, especially during little K’s first months, but later we realized why we don’t need one.

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