Me and my serenitea

I’m working, it’s quiet and I have my serenitea. Ok na!

Lookit Where I’ve Been!

Where in the world can one find all these in one day, and just within miles of each other??



Impending rain. (and eventual rain)

A bit of rain…

Wrap that baby!

When the boys were babies, diaper changing would always be challenging. Most especially when they were around 4-5 months when they began to learn how to turn over. Every now and then, diaper changes turned really messy.

But I guess new parents have a choice now. Check out what I got in my inbox today!

My Pinoy mind tells me “aw….cute….but kawawa naman yung baby!” Hahahaha! I’m sure all other (2 pax?) Pinoy moms out there who read this blog (Hi Mom, Hi Can!) can understand what I mean.

Nevertheless, if you guys decide your malikot baby needs one, check out this SITE.

Saving up for that baby!

When I was around 3-4 months pregnant with P, I recall asking my OB, Annette Poblete (love her!), how much we should prepare for the delivery. S and I wanted to make sure that we had enough. (Not that we had a choice, I was already pregnant. HAHAHA!)

Today, hospitals in Metro Manila have packages as not to “surprise” new parents when the bill arrives. I know that The Medical City has packages for sure. I think that others like SLMC, Cardinal Santos and Asian Hospital do as well.

And what’s great is, that even government hospitals help women save up as well! This article in PDI tells us about the “Buntis Baby Bank” where poor women can drop in a few coins or bills everytime they visit their doctor. Then when the time of delivery comes, the money will be used to pay expenses. The article also says that if there is extra, it can be used for ligation or for the baby’s expenses.

I think that this is a really great idea, as it helps maternal mortality rates, and this this is one of DOH‘s targets in their health programs. Hopefully other provinces and health units pick this up to help pregnant moms they serve.

Dear Gary

Dear Gary,

Your wish is my command.  =)

Your friend,

Back Home

I swear, I feel like a Kapamilya, Kapuso then a Kapamilya again. Guys I’ve moved back to my old HOME.