Motherhood, Review / 20.02.2017

My daughter had always been dependent on me with her sleep ever since she was a baby. We've had to deal with a lot of bedtime struggles since her birth. I've had to rock her to sleep for the longest time, pat her back to sleep, and hug her to help her fall asleep. She needs me close to her to feel comfortable and secure falling asleep. Currently, all I have to do is lie...

Motherhood, Review / 31.01.2017

When I was younger, my parents would let me get away with not eating vegetables at all. And I guess that is why I didn't develop my love for them. Now that I've grown up and have 2 kids of my own, even though I know I have to eat healthy (not just for myself but for my family as well), I just couldn't bring myself to eat vegetables because I don't like their taste (seriously, I think...

Kid's Fashion, Motherhood / 23.01.2017

I can't believe that we are already heading towards the end of January which means winter will soon be over; and spring is just around the corner. Are you excited as much as I am? Although we do love it when snow falls because that allows us to stay outside for a bit with the kids and have some fun in the snow (we still haven't gotten a ton of snow though), it just won't be...

Arts and Crafts, Motherhood / 09.01.2017

Our guest author for today is Harry Carr. Harry is currently working in a small company which is situated in London and she loves to write about organizing and cleaning topics such as this one that she wrote for us. - There are plenty of ways to keep your toddler entertained with creating art but most of them end up with a messy room which needs professional cleaning. These 5 clever ways to avoid toddler's mess will save...

Arts and Crafts, Christmas, Motherhood / 08.12.2016

Since my daughter started going to the daycare, I feel like I owe all her teachers A LOT for looking after her while I work. So I always make an effort to know that I appreciate everything they do. I would always say thank you to them whenever I pick my kids up from school; and I would always grab the opportunity to give them something whenever there's an occasion - Teacher's Appreciation Day, Moving Up Day,...

Arts and Crafts, Motherhood / 06.12.2016

Note: I may receive commissions from clicks or purchases made through links in this post. My daughter has been enjoying finger and hand painting (my son doesn't appreciate it yet); sure it's messy but it gives her the chance to explore. When she was younger though, she hated having dirty hands and would always cry at school (not at home) whenever they'd have a painting activity. But now that she's older, she's starting to like it. A couple of...

Motherhood, Reflections / 21.11.2016

Every Thanksgiving, I always say that I'm thankful for family, friends, and all those kinds of serious stuff. That has been always true but this year, to make it fun, I've decided to turn the spotlight on to the little things that I am thankful for this year. Hot showers - Growing up in Manila where having water heaters isn't a necessity but a luxury, I take comfort in the fact that the water I am showering...

Arts and Crafts, Motherhood / 31.10.2016

Since I won't be able to share our Halloween costume on time because we won't be wearing it until tonight, in the spirit of Halloween, I decided to share an easy arts and crafts that my kids and I did last weekend using paper plate. We did two - one for my daughter and one for my son but my daughter pretty much did all the work for my son's craft. I know he still doesn't appreciate...

Motherhood, Reflections / 28.10.2016

Last weekend, my husband and I watched the movie Bad Moms. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this movie, it is about 3 overworked and under-appreciated moms who are pushed beyond their limits and ditched their conventional responsibilities for a jolt of long overdue freedom, fun, and comedic self-indulgence. You can read more about it here. I liked the movie because the story is very close to my heart, not because I am overworked...

Motherhood / 26.10.2016

Happy Wednesday, lovelies! I hope everyone is having a great week so far! I am excited about our post today because this is our first Guest Post. Our very first guest author is Veronica Miller, from Reviews Academy. Her interests include getting to know people and helping them, reading, and writing (which got her into blogging). Outside of blogging, she does illustrations and takes classes to become a Graphic Designer. I really liked working with her for today's post...

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