Happypinaymommy Reflections: Zacha’s Smileversary

Smileversary

It has been more than two months since my last post, and my ideas for the topics that I should be writing about is getting longer as weeks pass. As I was trying to organize these titles and topics, I came across fellow mom blogger, and natural parenting advocate Mommy Seema’s post on her little…
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Happypinaymommy Reflections: #BiyenanKoMahalKo by: Mommy Paula Algoso

Ask any wife, and she would likely say that one of the most crucial relationships in a marriage, apart from that with their spouse is that with their mother-in-law. And this does not just apply in our culture – join mothering forums in the US, watch a Mexican telenovela, or follow a koreanovela series and…
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Happypinaymommy Reflections: An Open Letter to Moms by Mommy Sheng Paiton

happypinaymommy reflections open letter to moms

Hi Ladies! Came across this open letter to moms, written by Mommy Sheng Paredes-Paiton, and upon reading, I immediately knew that I am one of the intended recipients of this open letter. Being in the trenches of motherhood is never easy, and inspiring letters like this should be disseminated to as many mothers so that…
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GUEST POST: “Ten Things I Learned as a First-Time Mom.”

Ten Things I Learned as a First Time Mom

All about being a First Time Mom They say that there are many ways to spot a first time mom among a crowd of mothers. She is usually stereotyped as the jittery, overly-hovering, excited lady that has in her arsenal all the bells and whistles that come with motherhood. And looking back in my first…
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Happypinaymommy.com’s Reflections: How To Be You Po? by Mommy Aizh Geron Celis

how to be you -- happypinaymommy.com reflections

I was scrolling through my FB Newsfeed when I stumbled upon this poem made by a fellow mom. It really hit home, as with the many frustrations, challenges, and back-to-back-to-back errands and endless chores that wear out our minds and bodies day in and day out. I also love that it is mostly written in…
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Nine Things I Want My Kids to Learn From Manny Pacquiao

i want my Kids to Learn from Manny Pacquiao

And why i want my kids to learn from Manny Pacquiao We watch the early evening news almost every night, like clock work, and lately it is all about Manny Pacquiao and his upcoming fight with Floyd Mayweather. And while Little H is already very familiar with Manny as her dad is a big fan,…
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