Monday, September 7, 2009
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Im not. but recently ive been thinking about it cause since after i gave birth my husband has been asking me when are we going to have our next child! I told him "probably after Mila turns one" thats why im not sure if im going to go ahead and continue my diet plans or just plan on having our 2nd child get it over with after giving birth thats when im really gonna work on shedding my belly and thigh fats,get back on my smaller size clothes and feel better.
Its a tough descision to make considering that the economy is not doing good and my husband's work is not exempted on being affected by lay-offs.
Oh well, we'll see...
Posted by MGC27 at 5:42 AM
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
I want to thank you all first for visiting my blogsite and keeping me here specially to Miss Juliana the best blogger ;=) Ive been searching on things that i can earn money while staying home as much as i miss and love working I would still choose to take care my little girl who is growing fast. Mila is gonna be 9 months this week and she's been very good girl very entertaining and super smart like her daddy.
Posted by MGC27 at 6:15 AM
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
I COPY PASTE THIS ARTICLE FROM BABYCENTER.COM WEBSITE, CAUSE I SOMETIMES CANT HELP BUT TO COMPARE MILA TO OTHER KIDS WHEN IT COMES TO REACHING MILESTONES, BUT I HAVE TO STOP IT AND REALIZE THAT MY BABY IS AN INDIVIDUAL AND HAS HER OWN TIME.
Comparing your baby to others
It's hard to imagine a parent who doesn't sneak a sideways glance now and then at a friend's baby or one she sees in the grocery store, checking to see how her own stacks up. When you hear about a baby who seems more advanced in one area or another, it's natural to worry — or at least wonder — whether your own child is "okay."
Not that this kind of thinking is ultimately very useful. Every baby grows and develops at her own pace. Especially around the 6-month mark, physical and speech-related milestones can vary significantly from child to child.
If you have concerns about your baby, it's a better idea to learn about the normal timeline for development than to use other babies as reference marks. Even then, milestone charts are just a general guide. Your baby may deviate from the timeline because she's temporarily focusing on one skill rather than another or because she just needs a little extra time. Take comfort in knowing that just because your baby seems to lag in one area, the chances of a developmental delay aren't very high. But trust your instincts, too — if you're still worried, call your baby's doctor.
Friday, April 3, 2009
Monday, March 30, 2009
I was watching HGTV and ofcourse again it inspire me to make some changes in the house particularly in the kitchen, so i just look for an old curtain in the closet, cut it to the length i want and sew it, (walah!) I have a new kitchen curtain!! hubby likes it atleast lol..
Posted by MGC27 at 3:30 PM
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Hi to all my fellow bloggers! I miss blogging but sad to say my time now is so limited cause my little girl is here with me now. Ok just a brief story about my delivery. Friday 5am i woke up with a bloody discharge(excuse)that freaks me out i got up and soon as i stand up a tiny flow of blood run down my leg so, had to wake up my hubby who almost run to the door on his briefs to take me to the hospital lol..
When we reached the hospital they checked me monitored everything then doctor came and said "OK YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE YOUR BABY TODAY" my hubby and i was happy but im very nervous about the pain im going to experience, I was right! I had a 23hour painful labor trying to have my baby vaginally but i still ended up having c-section after 30mins of pushing with no progress. All in all experience it was not my ideal labor and delivery but when i saw my little angel healthy SHE IS ALL WORTH IT!
Posted by MGC27 at 2:21 PM