The last time I’ve sewn something (except for the occasional clothes repair) was a pillow case. It was hand sewn, too. That was way back 12 years ago. I came to the big metro with very few things it could actually fit in one big luggage. And since I needed pillow cases, and I had scrap fabric big enough for one, I went ahead and sewed one instead of buying it from the mall which was, to me, that time, very expensive.
So I was really excited to sew something a bit more complicated than stitching two ends of the fabric. LOL!
So I went back to the doctor today. But before the consultation, I dropped by Radiology to get my X-ray results as it was the point of the follow up check up anyway.
I handed my claim stub and was told to sit and wait. After a couple of minutes, I was handed a small brown envelope with the printed report from Radiology and a CD.
Whenever our kids get sick, we always wish to take the sickness from them so they won’t suffer. Am I right? However, when we get sick, it becomes depressing because we can’t do anything. I mean, we, moms, also need to rest. And sometimes, getting sick is our body letting us know that we need to rest, too. But what if we get sick with our kids at the same time?
The recipe of the chicken pechay wrap in coconut cream has flooded my Facebook timeline sometime last year. I remember someone posted the recipe in one of the Facebook groups then all of a sudden, everybody was cooking it.
Before I got pregnant, I used to celebrate my birthday partying with friends. We would be drinking until the wee hours in the morning and nurse a hangover the next day. Chill during day time, then back to partying the next night. Nowadays, I celebrate birthdays in a totally different way. I guess I am really getting older now.
So I turned another year older. I don’t feel any different. I am still the stressed out momma in need of a very long vacation. Haha!
GOO.N Diapers is a leading diaper brand in Japan and Southeast Asia such as Thailand and Indonesia, and is now in the Philippines through One-Stop Distribution Inc (ODI), a distribution company known for bringing premier brands in the country.
ODI has recently entered into a distribution agreement with Elleair International Thailand, to distribute Goo.N and Goo.N Friend baby diapers. Goo.N and Goo.N Friend baby diapers are leading brands in Japan and several countries in Southeast Asia, particularly in Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia. The baby diapers come in premium and economy variants and boast of superior quality, comparable to the leading brands worldwide.
Since my dinner was several hours ago, I am hungry. So, I am now debating whether to eat or clean up and sleep instead. I still have to wake up early in the morning because it’s the little boy’s therapy day today.
If I eat, that would mean that I won’t be able to sleep immediately. Besides, I’m trying to cut down on my food intake after dinner. I’ve been gaining weight lately and I can feel it. I feel heavy.
Z has his consultation with the development pediatrician every 6 months. Last month, we visited the good doctor for his first session this year.
Dev-pedia consults are actually nerve-wracking for me. Sometimes, or most of the time, I feel like I am not doing enough once I find out that Z’s progress is very slow. Last month’s consultation was somehow better. His assessment? A charming little boy of stated age. I love that!
Ever heard of Merries diaper? This is Japan’s number 1 diaper brand for 10 consecutive years*. And this is now in the Philippines.
There are a lot of diaper brands in the market nowadays. And while we have a lot of options, sometimes, it makes it harder to find the one that will suit our baby’s needs. Using the wrong diaper for our baby may lead to leakages, discomfort, and other health concerns.
For this brand, since I had a small sized diaper and doesn’t fit my little boy, I opted to do the water test. I have wanted to do this for a long time now since it looks fun to do. Here’s my findings:
Last Saturday was Z’s first movie experience. I mean it was his first time to watch a movie in the big screen. How was it?