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How to look for a reliable or trusty babysitter

I was having a hard time concentrating on my work because my son has become extremely active and only sleeps 1 hour during naptime. I was thinking of getting a babysitter and my friend suggested that I should try Sitter City because that's where she found her son's babysitter and she's been raving about her. So I signed-up and found someone based on her ratings and I've been using her since. My son totally loves her.… Continue

Added by Thea on September 30, 2009 at 12:12am — No Comments

3D Ultrasound and Our First Glimpse of Baby Daniel

Perhaps all pregnant women will agree with me when I say that one of the most awaited pregnancy moments is when you get to listen to your baby’s heartbeat for the first time; or better yet, when you get your first glimpse of him while he is still in your tummy.



Our experience was no different. We rushed to St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City as soon as our obstetrician advised us that we could have pictures of our baby taken through 3D ultrasound. Unfortunately, Daniel was not… Continue

Added by Thea on May 29, 2009 at 8:54am — No Comments

This Week's Inspiration: Little Jake's Courage and Love

Extreme Makeover Home Edition is one of my favorite shows to watch because they feature inspiring families that are deserving of a great home makeover. In this episode, little Jake inspired a lot of people for his courage to live and a very positive outlook on life.



In this episode, the Grys have been foster parents of over 25 years and now they want to get the home safer for their adopted son, Jake, who suffers from a condition which makes his bones brittle. Aided by Dancing with… Continue

Added by Thea on May 5, 2009 at 8:56am — No Comments

My Baby [now a curious toddler!] Just Turned 16 months!

My son turned into a curious 16-month-old four days ago and before I knew it, I was already running after his tiny and agile form across the room. Yes, Daniel is now a full-fledged walker who freely trots in and out of my room, reducing the whole house into his own version of a mulch-less park.



Now, I completely understand my mother when she said that I won’t be able to rest when my son starts to walk. Good thing I still manage to take some [cat] naps–thanks to our… Continue

Added by Thea on May 5, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

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