Signs of Having Kids at Home

Upon visiting a long time friend’s house and you see no kids wandering around, you’ll still be able to recognize that there are kids living there. Writings on walls, doors and floors Empty containers of milk Teddy bears and stuffed toys in bed Messed room with toys Milk and diaper grocery items Baby hammock or crib…

For Kids’ Safety

I started feeling unsafe for my kids when my husband left for Riyadh. I can’t afford to have emergencies at home when I know it’s only me who will cater all those. My two kids are very hyperactive, as usual, and I am not available all the time to watch over them. I have a…

First Time Strolling

I usually pay my dues online, except for water and electric bills. Not only to save time and effort, but as a mom at home, I’m just bothered thinking that I have to leave one of my kids behind. For the electric bill, I have to pay at its company while I pay the water…

Baby Two

And now, here’s number 2. Another confession to make, after Baby One, I’m not yet ready for another child. The reasons are: we don’t have our own house, I want to live separately with my own family, we have lots of loans, and Railey is still one year old – a baby too and still…

Baby One

I know I will have more posts coming about being a mom, a wife, and a blogger. For now, I would like to share my photos during my third successful pregnancy after 2 miscarriages. I admit that after 2 miscarriages, I don’t want to get pregnant again. Those operations, check ups, injections – I feel like…

Just Kid-ding!

There are 26 letters in the English language, and we need every single one of them. Daily Prompt’s challenge was to choose a letter and write a blog post without using it. That would leave 25 letters already. And if trying to be brave, choose a vowel letter. Well, that’s hard! But here’s a post…