My daughter has GDD; in simple terms, she is way behind her development in more than 2 levels. It has been a struggle for me to explain that, even to my own family. I also did not want them to look at Blyf and feel pity. It’s my prayer that Blyf be treated like everyContinue reading “Unconditional it is”
With the recent mosquito infestation here, I feel bad seeing Blyf taking all the biting and scratching. She’s by far the mosquitoes’ favorite. Tuesdays and Thursdays are her therapy days. This is so because STAC (Stimulation and Therapeutic Activity Center), a locally funded facility for children that needed more than just a classroom exposure, cannotContinue reading “Bringing therapy home”
When we planned out our monthly visit to the in-laws, it sounded exciting and fun. The first few months were amazing but after 2 trips back and forth, exhaustion became apparent. Yesterday, we came here in Cebu to visit Gran2x and Grampa, Grampa needs a cheer and a smile from Blyf. You’ll know it isContinue reading “Going mobile is exhausting, too!”
We asked God for Blyf, just like I asked God for a good husband. I conceived her not believing that I was, I thought it was just nausea and upset stomach. I had difficulty realizing that I have a uterus and that my ovaries where functioning, after-all. Lucky for us, it only took us aContinue reading “The best three years of our lives- Blyf turns 3!”
Blyf woke up very late today! We went downstairs for breakfast. I prepared her bread to start off, then Ate Remy cooked her hotdog. Upon seeing the hotdog, she grabbed a chair and sat down because Mommy did not bother to give her a chair.
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I am having a very fun afternoon. I stumbled upon an incredible video of dolphin giving birth. Blyf was playing the tablet, she left her tablet and we watched the video together. When I touched my mouse to move the cursor, she thought I was gonna close it so she held my hand and pinnedContinue reading “Gaining Control”
Her way of picking her nose. 🙂 She is the cutest distraction when I am trying to get things done. 🙂
When my daughter was diagnosed with a GDD, I had so many questions. And I stopped seeking for answers. I just told myself to get through things as we go along. At 2 years old Blyf never utter a word Mommy or Daddy. That made me wonder if she has an idea that I amContinue reading “Random “Mommy””