Here we are five months after our son is born. It’s funny to think that all those romantic moments had turned into sleepless nights, milk stains on clothes and diapers everywhere. But these parenting moments are all worth it every time our son smiles at us – it absolutely melts our hearts.
One of the most difficult decisions I encountered being pregnant was choosing baby names. There are names I love which my husband doesn’t and vice versa, so we are having a hard time picking out a name that we both liked.
It’s funny to think that 2017 is going to slip away and will become memories in just a few hours!
I never had any New Year’s resolution for 2017 and I think I won’t have for 2018 either. In my opinion, these are just goals or standards we set to ourselves, so we might have something new and fresh to look forward to the coming year. It is a good idea, but I know I will just forget or ignore them before January even ends.
Growing up in a country that was greatly influenced by superstitious beliefs, I was aware at such a young age about some of the things you should and shouldn’t do when you or someone you know is pregnant.
One of the factors that adds up to a pregnant woman’s anxiety are the weird and unusual advices coming from people especially the elders.
Here are some of the popular Filipino pamahiin or superstitious beliefs during pregnancy: