Like the buds of the roses!

  Like the buds of the roses. I bloom where my spirit is high. I feel I can conquer the world! But, like the buds of the roses, they fall sometimes. Where shall I go? Should I continue to bloom or let these buds fell off? I feel sad, I felt not being able to…

Where has all my patience gone – parenting!

        Before my marriage life, I thought I had “tons of patience” not until I have kids. Where has all my patience gone? Parenting makes me realize that I needed to practice the art of patience. Yes, as I go along taking care of my two kids from birth, I just understand…

Being in a corporate world or in a  free working space!

My husband is a corporate man and I am a freelancer working as a mother as well. What is the difference between my corporate husband and me as a freelancer?   1. Vacation   The corporate man has an option to focus his vacation and deny any nuisance of work left in the office. I…

Needle Fear – not just for kids but also their parents!

  Just arrived from a week of confinement in the hospital. My son Philnand needs to undergo a biopsy to confirm if he has Hirschsprung’s disease! As a mother of two kids who experienced going to the hospital of a similar procedure, the fear of the needle hasn’t changed. It was a challenge to show to our…

Barium Enema for Hirschsprung’s disease – How to calm child’s fear during the procedure?

It was two years ago when my eldest son was diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s. Just as age as my eldest, now my youngest needs to undergo tests for possible Hirschsprung’s disease! He already had gone through Barium Enema and sad to say, the white chemicals did not flush out after 24 hours. Hirschsprung’s disease was said to be a rare disease but in my case, it’s not rare anymore. My two offspring’s are vulnerable to this kind of disease.

Christmas: I need to get fit! – OFW wife.

December is about to pop! It’s also the time most of the Overseas Pilipino Workers are booked to go home with their families. I came across with few of the wive’s of OFW in my son’s school. Moms who choose to look after their kids full time while husbands earn a living. I had some fun knowing that…