Postpartum hair loss?

They say it's just normal. But I am now here at the point where I got back to questioning: "why, Mother Nature, why?" I mean, after the "getting fat" phase, the roller coaster of emotions, the crying all the time, the wild cravings, the bleeding, the painful boobs while breastfeeding, the lack of sleep. Now … Continue reading Postpartum hair loss?

Letters from Mom: remember when we first met?

Remember when we first met? Haha! Of course you don't. But as your mom, that day was and is one of the most unforgettable days of my life. It was the first (and only, so far) surgery I had and I was really scared. I even asked one of the nurses if I could poop while … Continue reading Letters from Mom: remember when we first met?

My curious case of didelphys + some things worth sharing

Advanced note: this article is not for your sensitive and closed mind. I used a lot of girl terms that you may find kadiri or whatever, so if you are interested to read this, I need you to open your mind, and try to understand women's experiences - yeah, especially you, guys. By the way, … Continue reading My curious case of didelphys + some things worth sharing

May Day: My “when it rains, it pours” moment + some things worth sharing

Just recently, I had the most depressing moments yet in my life. I knew things like these are coming, but it really feels different when bad stuff are already in front of your face, laughing. There was no single day that I didn't cry because I felt that was the only thing I could do. … Continue reading May Day: My “when it rains, it pours” moment + some things worth sharing

“Children don’t hear us. They imitate us.”

My mom isn’t a wide reader. She loves visuals more than writen stuff. My dad, though, reads the paper every day but I never realized that until I was in college or idk maybe when I was already working. Now I was not sure why I read a lot since I was a kid. They … Continue reading “Children don’t hear us. They imitate us.”

So how’s the new mom? + some things worth sharing

My daughter just turned three months last week but I actually thought it was at least six months already. With my new alarm clock, I can barely sleep plus new roles in my job plus tool transitions and configurations, plus one new group of bloggers I just joined plus I recently just had an accident and my left … Continue reading So how’s the new mom? + some things worth sharing

My funny but true list of pros and cons on being a single mother

Haha! I said it's funny, because I started listing the pros first and suddenly I had nothing to write under the cons list. I mean I had to re-read my previous posts and Google "what's sad about being a single parent" just to make myself remember. Or maybe the time I was drafting this was just a happy … Continue reading My funny but true list of pros and cons on being a single mother

Mnemosyne Rae’s Christening Day

Organizing my baby's Christening was very tiring but fun. I got the church that I wanted, the food was taken care of at our venue, her dad's there, my family was there, and my very supportive friends were there. Though some of my closest friends were not able to attend, I really am grateful to … Continue reading Mnemosyne Rae’s Christening Day

My Makati Med experience

I started looking for the best maternity/delivery packages in Manila when I was still six months pregnant. I know, it's not that easy to research online, but since my belly was already too heavy, I can't visit and inquire hospitals either. If you have the convenience of calling their offices, then good for you. But for moms like … Continue reading My Makati Med experience

To all single moms, happy Fathers’ day!

I get it. It's tough being a mom and a dad at the same time. I'm with you. Today is my first Father's day being a single mom. To be honest, I feel sad everytime I feel alone at this. I know I have my family and friends, but having a partner is still different. … Continue reading To all single moms, happy Fathers’ day!