Sweet Slumber Little Star

A baby’s deep sleep is heaven for parents, as most would probably agree. Hitting two birds with one stone, it gives our baby the much-needed “brain care” as our pediatrician calls it; AND, it gives the parents some equally much-needed time to perhaps take a bath or eat or rest.
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Bless Me Forward

Bless Me Forward

Have you ever been in a situation where in you were anticipating a problem, and you were sure that it was coming your way, and way before the problem landed on your lap, it found a way to solve itself before arriving?
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Little Jedi

Her cry wakes us up faster than any alarm clock. Her sounds are all cute for us. Her ten tiny fingernails grow so sharp so fast and it takes us about an hour to trim just half of them!
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The Beginning of Our Breastfeeding Journey

I believe that every mother has her own unique and beautiful birth story, let me humbly share the story of the beginning of our breastfeeding journey.
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Pregnancy Go Bag

Pregnancy Go-Bag and Other Must Haves

Your baby is on the way and ready to pop out. Are you ready to go to the hospital? Do you already have a go-bag? What goes inside a pregnancy go-bag? Let's share notes.
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Got Milk?

Breastfeeding. Most men in general, myself included, don't care about it since we literally don't know how to breastfeed. As far as we are concerned, breastfeeding is a woman's job. Is it really?
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Our Birth Story

It has been a month and several days since we became parents. We've made so many plans and prepared for so many things prior to giving birth. What we didn't see was the plan that God prepared for us was greater than all of the things we have planned and…
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Spreading the Love

I held back my tears and we both looked at Tala sleeping in her Moses basket. “I just put her to sleep. It’s one of my daily triumphs, En—to put her down…”
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Diaper Changing Station

Changing Diapers

“Oh no, it’s my fault again! Me again!” I sobbed in Bisaya. I forgot to seal that soiled diaper and put it in the garbage bin when I cleaned her poop right before we gave her a bath. :’(
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Six Hands

I really think first-time moms should have at least 6 hands! I need one for holding my baby's head. And one for holding her back and butt. Also one for holding my breast where she nurses. Another for holding the milk container for catching the drip from the other breast.…
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