The Asian Parent Philippines’ Mother’s Day Video

I’m honored to be part of the Mother’s Day video of The Asian Parent Philippines. The video is a mashup of the messages of selected moms to their own moms. I had a hard time writing the letter to my Mom as I couldn’t help my tears from flowing. 😭 Watch the video at Blissful…

30 years of Pabaong Pagmamahal from Lemon Square Cheese Cake

“Where are we going today, Mommy?” This is Tash’s favorite line nowadays. Since I officially became a WAHM (work at home mom, nax!), we’ve been lakwatsa buddies — from swimming lessons to grocery shopping. And since the two of us can’t go hungry while stuck in traffic or while waiting for our turn, I always…

Blissful Blooming is one of the Top 20 Philippines Parenting Blogs

Writing has been my passion.  As a child, I wrote on my scented diary about my daily victories and frustrations, no matter how small.  Writing was a very personal and intimate experience for me.  Being able to play with words to express my thoughts gave me a sense of fulfillment. Even until today, I find contentment…

Hello, Terrible Twos! 👋🏻

A smile that melts Mommy’s heart 💜 Our one year old is always a sweet and happy baby. But just recently, she surprised me and her Dad with unexplainable crying and shouting…at the mall! Welcome to terrible twos’ world! 😱 As first-time parents, we were so shocked, confused, annoyed, frustrated and worried. Why is she…

Travel YOLO with YOYO stroller by Babyzen

Sharing with fellow travel-loving parents my latest stroller discovery, the YOYO Stroller by Babyzen Philippines. This stroller can be carried like a shoulder bag, can carry both a baby and a toddler at the same time, and can be used from birth til toddler years. What more can you ask for? Travel YOLO this summer with this YOYO Stroller.

Pampers shares how choosing quality diaper is important to child’s motor development

Every parent knows how crucial walking is for a child’s growth and development.  Her first steps will lead to the first dance, the first run, the first climb.  In his book Understanding Motor Development in Children, David L. Gallahue states that “Movement is at the very center of young children’s lives. It is an important facet of all aspects of their development, whether in the motor, cognitive, or affective domains of human behavior.”