It's been 7 days since but in my heart, I have been Unyara's Mommy at that moment when we first knew she is aboard. The 9 months of wait, the 12+ hours of labor and the pain of unfulfilled goal of normal delivery was all worth it. In the 7 days of our journey as… Continue reading First Time Parents: The First 7 Days
Hello Unyara! Oi, kagwapa gud nimo. Red lips man kau ka and white. Said the still groggy me at the operating room when the pedia had her latch on me. In my mind was a picture of snow white. Cool. She is worth every pain indeed. How I Ended at the Operating Room after 12+… Continue reading First Time Mom: A Delivery Story of Both Worlds
I don't know when I started considering you as my friend in the truest sense of the word but now as I recall about it, you have always been there for me. Our friendship is a complicated journey in my memory. My earliest memory of you was one of contempt back when we were in… Continue reading To You My Most Underrated Friend
Oh well not really funny FUNNY but more of a kresia funny-ness! So as I've narrated in my Facebook updates, this September because it's almost Unyara's time to shine, I'm only required to be in the office once a week. The requirement was actually just set by me because my manager and almost everyone in… Continue reading It’s Kind Of A Funny Story
When my manager forwarded the invite to the #ArtTherapy event, I had 2nd thoughts. I consider myself artsy but I'm more of a freedom artist, which means I don't do well with structure. I like making scrapbook because it's a personal expression of creativity. When a line is skewed or colors are messed up, I… Continue reading #BuhayACN: AOTW Art Journaling
At my last session of People's hour, I picked up the word JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out). It was a timely reminder of the last day of my birth month which means I'll have to deactivate my Facebook again as planned. Unfortunately, it took me a while to finally decide to do it. I had… Continue reading The Joy of Missing Out
At week 15, I had my 1st tummy ultrasound and sort of hoping I'd know the gender. Lol Of course it was too early but we discovered something important - I had a low lying placenta. If not for my excitement, we wouldn't have known about it.