I am not fond of dining at Filipino restaurants as I’ve always felt I don’t get value for my money because I can eat the dishes at home. 😅 But Pao craved for sinigang on his birthday (super late post, diba?! But I drafted this last year. Hehe!!!) and we found this nice place near my parents’ and it looks like we’ll be going back. 😊
Quiet time: when it’s not the same as before, and facing the fact that it won’t ever be like before, at least for quite a while. At least for me.
This is the final chapter of my blog-book, When God Could’ve But He Didn’t, which tells the story of us losing our firstborn, Berea Dannielle, and how God has turned our mourning into joy. He did it for us. He can also do it for you. Be in faith—sure of what you hope for, and…
Seed to sow. Bread to eat. Sow and reap. Give and be generous. If you have sown, you can expect to reap. And during the waiting time, God provides, too!
It took me eleven months to come to terms with the fact that this adjusting to mommyhood won’t ever end, and that it’s part of the joys of life. 😅
Crazy. That’s probably the simplest way to put it. This year started with us flying back from our favorite travel destination, Japan. I was 31 weeks pregnant.
Hello, world! Since mommyhood came, it’s been a series of adjustments and transitions in pretty much all aspects of my life, hence another hiatus over here on the blog. Interestingly, amidst so many things I got to do in the past few months, it was also a time when I’ve been feeling like I haven’t…
She was 86.
If we need to hold their hands so they can stand, we will, and we must, until the time comes when they can do so on their own. To stand. To walk. To run.
Pumping while driving, in a meeting, and even walking to the meeting—that’s multitasking these days! Every second counts!