When things aren't going well, have a
break and forget about it for a while.
On Sunday, we had this very simple (unplanned) outing
at the beach along with my in-laws and my closest friends. The weather wasn't that
good early in the afternoon but we still enjoyed the moment when the rain stopped
and sun starts to kiss our cheeks.
Taking pictures and having some conversation...
hmp, it was priceless.
Janine was having fun too. She loves
the beach now unlike before.
I am looking forward for another bonding like this.
A mother will always fall in-love with her little baby's face.
She will always feel happy when her little one smiles and will be amazed with her baby's first word
For me, those precious things will never change and will never be forgotten for they have already locked in my deepest heart. I will continue to be in love, happy and amazed with my little chinky.
However, there are some things that needs change and will change because kittens will eventually become cats.
As moms, you make your own menu to make your mommy-hood life be at its best and of course make your kids become good individuals.
-You teach your growing child good virtuous and discourage them to do bad things.
-You let them help you with your simple household chores because you think this simple acts can help them become responsible with certain things in life.
-You play with them because you want to build strong relationship to your kids and make them feel that they can trust you.
-Sometimes, you set rules for them to follow... especially when they can already deal with it
...the bottom line of this is, you are trying to become the perfect mom to your precious little one.
For some parents, they even scold their kids (though it's against their feeling) to make them stop whenever they are uncontrollably protesting. You really lose your temper when your kid is a very stubborn one but deep within, you still love them and you care for them.
Now that Janine is exactly 20 month and 10 days old, she can already understand many things now.
Her emotions are getting complicated as well. I also noticed that she's getting into responsible pooping because she can already tell us "bang" whenever she had pooped to her diaper.Oh... that's another thing to be proud of.
I can't believe it's October again. This year's September just ended,
but it left a mark of beautiful memories. My September was not perfect but it wasn't all bad. My family (including me) had experienced some sickness issues. First, JB got fever for 3 days, then Janine had loose stools problems for 2 weeks (but she was okay, thank God) then lastly, I got sick because of sudden weather changes. And also, attending the church mass has never been easy for us now because our baby is acting like a stubborn grown-up, throwing her tantrums here and there. Oh God, I am so mortified every time she does it. Anyway, it's not a biggie either but I just hoped she'd grow up a bit behaved. I've also come to realize that I want to be a very good cake decorator (I'm having this shit.ty dreams again). I've said to myself many times that I want this thing for my life and I want this to happen two-three years from now. Fondant and gum paste, cakes, playful cupcakes and cookies. wow! My Pinterest board (cakes.cupcakes.cookies.muffins) is now fully-packed with beautifully made cakes and cupcakes. This is something strange to me, why? because I'm twenty-three now and next year, I will be twenty-four and I'll soon be reaching my 30s.... so I think, these changes really happen when an individual gets older. I hope these things will be realized soon.
~I'll keep my fingers crossed.