Is Your Child Slow?

I have two types of homeschoolers: I have type A– who is able to focus and get her work done once she sets her mind to it, and type M — who will still be able to manage distracting herself even if you leave her in a room that is completely devoid of any form of stimulation. Type A, once… Read more →

Faith Like a Child: On Believing God for a Boy

In less than two months, we shall be having another addition to our family. Let’s see… I honestly have mixed emotions now. It’s funny because I actually feel like a first-time mom all over again. Of course, it is a given that we are beyond excited for the coming of our new baby. At the same time, I really feel… Read more →

Sex is a Discipline

Richard and Maricar guested on Kris TV and they talked about sex. Kris then mentions our guest blog post in   Read more →

An Important Reminder for Moms on a Mission

This morning is one of those mornings when I can close the door, lock it, turn on my worship playlist, sing, read my Bible, hear from my Father, get recharged— without rushing. It’s the weekend. No lesson plans to carry out, no papers to check, no calling the kids to get ready and start moving. Well, at least for this… Read more →

My Top 11 Pregnancy Life Savers

This is my fourth pregnancy, but I feel like it’s my first time! I forget how hard it is to sleep at some nights, and let’s not even start talking about the things I’d need to prepare before giving birth. I’m about to enter my second trimester, and here’s a quick run down of things that have been helpful to… Read more →

I Wanted to Fight Like Mayweather

Much has been said about the “fight of the century” last Sunday, that turned out to be not as exciting as all the previous fights Manny Pacquiao has fought. This post is not at all a commentary about what transpired, because I love watching Manny fight, but that’s about it—I don’t really know much about the technicalities of the sport.… Read more →

The ABC’s and DEF’s of Money Management

I am not the type who can easily absorb facts and technical know-how when it comes to finances. I love math, but for some reason, my brain chooses to go somewhere else each time I have to sit and listen or analyze financial data and information. When it comes to money management, I like to keep it simple. That’s what… Read more →

A Day Trip to Remember: Play with Oreo at Sta. Elena Fun Farm

One of the things Alyanna would often tell me is how much she wished she lived during “my time” and had a compound like the one I grew up in, where she was free to run around as much as she could without fear of getting bumped by cars or getting “kidnapped by bad guys” (her words, not mine). She always… Read more →

On Pregnancy, Faith, and Rest

I have been waiting to make this announcement: We’re pregnant! I would do a happy dance, or at least a giddy jump….but I am currently on bed rest….so happy faces– lots of happy faces, will do for now. I actually took the test before missing my period, because I really wanted to see if I was pregnant. We decided to… Read more →