I have been told that even a blind baby who has never seen light smiles just the same way as everyone else anywhere in the world. Which is true. To know more about why we smile, I will refer you to this article: Why Do We Smile? The Science Of Smiles Is Spotty, But Some… Continue reading Pinay Smiles
Photography is a therapy, but modelling is too! So while hubby was able to practice studio photography using a friend's studio, the kids and I became his first subject. You've seen my previous shots, I wasn't much of a model at all! However and without a doubt, our little darlings are. Well of course that… Continue reading The Photographer
I make it a point that the little man gets to see the dentist at least once a year. I don't want him to just go there for tooth extraction or just when he have dental problems. Motherhood. So many things to think about. My kids are my priority before anything else. That, and Belgian… Continue reading Happiness is…
I have a "really old" cellular phone -- Google Nexus 5. I ordered it before it even came out of the market, about 4 years ago. However I dropped it 4 weeks later in Paris and the screen shattered into thousand pieces. I got a new one right after that and happy me, I'm still using… Continue reading The Amazing GOOGLE NEXUS 5!
Saturday and it has been raining the whole day--well almost. At least our little man's wish came true, at last! Whenever we go somewhere he'd nag and say, "Mom, I would just want to stay at home during the weekend as well. Not having to go anywhere and do anything. Just be lazy at home."… Continue reading Maple Glazed Salmon
Kay pobre man. Hubby likes Thai chicken in red curry sauce. So when I told him we will have 🍚 for dinner... Hubby: Are we going to have thai for dinner? Me: No. Wala ko'y manok. Ginaling ra nga baboy kay barato ra man. (I don't have chicken. Only ground port because it is cheap.) Hubby: Kay… Continue reading Kay Pobre Man Ta
Though I have been here for more than 10 years already, most of those who I know or even strangers would think that this has become my "home". How does one cope up with being homesick when living abroad for a while already? Simple. By doing small things that reminds them of their home. Like...… Continue reading Coping Homesickness
You know the bermuda grass I brought all the way from the Philippines to Belgium? I think I might have killed the poor thing. x_x Yup, I don't have green thumbs. Any plants I have ever had? DEAD! I still keep a small pine tree that I got last Christmas, and even that is as… Continue reading It’s A Growing Concept
The little Eskimo would mostly follow me around saying, "Mama, komen." With her arms stretched up high wanting me to carry her all the time and point at things saying, "This, this, this..." while seeing a lot of things just piling up on our table as the weekend is nearing and trying to figure out what it… Continue reading Memory Lane: The Little Artist
Just another usual Saturday evening at home after a nice afternoon walk at the city center of Genk, when our little Eskimo sat in the middle of the doorstep at the kitchen and said, "Daddy, come sit." Pointing to that very small space to her right, she looked at her dad with her innocent face.… Continue reading L.O.V.E.