Sooo blessed! During the first birth class with Rome Kanapi today, we were visited by the distributor of Mustela, who happens to be her former student, and were given trial packs and a box of postpartum restructuring body gel because its mother’s day!!!❤❤❤ She said its usually raffled off but today was special! #birthclasses #Lamaze #Mustela
Wish you were here but happy mother’s day mama!!!! Let’s celebrate when you’re back!:) #bravestwomaniknow #blessed
Early mother’s day treats and surprises from Cyma, @kara_mendoza and @sabjose !!❤ Thank you for remembering and making me and baby Marcelo happy today 😘 Love you both!! #blessed #motherhood #masexcitedsila
Mother’s day is just around the corner everyone and here’s a few things to inspire you in getting a gift for your own moms brought to you by Etsy.com
Visit their site as there are sooo many nice items to tickle your fancy!
This cute pillow, I dig! I want it for my own couch!
How about a nice shoulder bag for moms who are always on-the-go?
A travel kit for the kikay mom, maybe?
Every mom knows how to cook… RIGHT??? A cute chopping board!
How about a simple card? You can never go wrong with words of your own ;)
Now this cool signage will wow your mom, surprise her and let her wake up to this installed in her bedroom!
First time to look out our bedroom window at night. Thank God for an unobstructed view❤
March 13, 2013- our third year anniversary, Cyzon’s civil wedding
I am officially 20lbs heavier and a million times happier.
I’m more than halfway through my pregnancy and my baby boy’s active as ever. (whispers: following the parentals’ footsteps, baby Marcelo?:P)
Lately, I’ve been regularly doing lapses in the pool to get rid of the usual swelling, which is usually triggered by high salt intake or lack of movement and physical activities at work. Knowing me, I’m easily nagmamanas (or so i think!) so I drink plenty of water, trying to finish about 2 liters a day and I try to exercise every so often. I also do walk around since my job requires it but it’s not that challenging for me. It’s not enough to keep my heart rate up and running. I guess I really do miss my gym routine… For now, I must moderate on exercise and settle for a 45 to an hour of swimming (which I’ve come to enjoy by the way, it’s fun when you’re preggers cause you don’t feel the weight of your tummy when you’re in water!)
On other life matters, Saz and I have sorta started seeing the “perks and perils” of living together. HAHA i dont mean to sound so tragic, gusto ko lang nagsstart sa ‘P’ pareho para masaya, hehehe. Anyway… Perhaps most of you can attest to the fact that any change in one’s life routine entails adjustment, patience and understanding. Living outside the comforts of our home has challenged both of us to be more responsible. From fixing the bed, throwing garbage, washing dishes and maintaining the house clean and orderly to doing the groceries and preparing for dinner, we’re driven to stretch ourselves and making sure we’re on our toes all the time.
It’s both a challenging and exciting process- learning and unlearning things.
Two things define you. Your patience when you have nothing, and your attitude when you have everything.
--Unknown (via lady-marrmalade)