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There are still people who are logging in but there are no new topics to talk about.... dati masaya dito sa SP diba

ano gagawin nyo mommies if confirmed meron other woman si hubby for almost 2 yrs na  at pinuntahan pa sa ibang bansa just to spend christmas and new year with her instead na uuwi ng pinas para sa pamilya at ni hindi man lang tumawag sa pasko or new year. Mapatawad nyo pa kaya? If this happened to you, are you still willing to reconcile with Him because of the kids? Just want to know mommies insights.

The Balancing Act: Career and Family / Re: Is it worth the stress?
« on: December 09, 2014, 09:16:55 am »
Hi mommymommy, the digits that we earn is not everything to make us happy and contented in life pero aminin na natin it gives us a sense of fulfillment and a feeling of success. The bigger we earn, the heavier is the responsibility, I think its a matter of how you look at your daily life at work and how you manage stress. I am working in a civil infrastructure project overseas and if we will be talking about stress, its really huge stress but after all I always tell myself that I have to be thankful that I am given this opportunity in life that has been given only to a few and I take it as a learning process everyday. But I understand that there are times that we get burned out with the daily stress, exercise mommy is a very good thing for me to manage my stress I hope you can try it on a regular basis. Dont give up, thats my sisterly advise. Dont let office politics and stress ruin the career that you have been building up for ten long years... Theres a lot more exciting to come.

Single Moms / Re: Am I considered as Single Mom
« on: August 28, 2014, 12:56:42 pm »
sis curious lang, are you from Batangas?

Hi Sis Mariann! Ang point ko lang sis is anf dami topics na paulit-ulit nalang for us memebers who has been with SP for quite a while nkakasawa but I still open this site very often parang its a part of my world but suddenly I realized hey what I am gonna do here I have nothing to talk about ....

Hi Everyone, I was active with smart parenting before but everytime I open the parent chat, same topics, same threads that is becoming uninteresting so I decided to stay dormant for a while. Now after more than a year, I re-visited the site again hoping to find some interesting topics to talk about and impart ideas and point of views, share experiences and even just read and learn about something but it is still the same old topics thats becoming boring. Isnt it better if the mods will archive the really old one to give way to some interesting and new topics to talk about?

I am encouraging everyone to create new THREADS moms out there!


Members' Kumustahan board / Re: SP Members from Batangas?
« on: June 04, 2014, 04:47:36 am »
Hi Mommies! anyone here from Tulo?

Hi everyone... culture na satin mga Pilipino na ang sama ng tingin sa mga other woman.. ika nga home wrecker... pero aminin na natin not every marriage work out at minsan dahil din sa differences na hindi na kayang irepair ng mag asawa kaya nauwi sa hiwalayan at magkaroon ulit ng panibagong partner sa buhay.... hindi ibig sabihin na kung meron ka hawak na marriage contract ay hawak mo na ang puso at isipan ng asawa mo.... kaya to all the " OTHER WOMEN" out there you are very welcome to share your ideas... insights and most especially experiences here to teach everyone a lesson in life at maging gabay na din sa lahat ng mga married women. Remember kahit legal wife ka it does not mean that you are always Miss Right.

Romantic Relationships / Re: Wala ng time si OFW husband
« on: May 29, 2014, 10:53:26 am »
Hi mga sis, makisali ako if you dont mind. Ako naman hindi tungkol sa OFW na hubby. I will be sharing about how life is here in abroad.
Im an engineer mga sis so male dominated ang work ko, marami sa ka co-workers ko are guys, some married and some are not. Working here in abroad needs heaps and heaps of adjustment at nsa bawat tao yon paano icope up but I tell you mommy ang pag-aabroad talagang nkakasira ng pamilya. we need to tend to do things just to keep sanity here, hindi biro mgwork sa ibang bansa ang akala ng mga misis na naiwan sa pinas parang pinulot lang ang pera sa daan dito. When I saw FB pics of my co-workers family back home ang mga wives parang donya di nila alam ang mga asawa nila dito sa abroad kayod kalabaw para lang mkapagpadala, mbyaran ang magarang sasakyan sa pinas for their family pero tuwing nkikipaskype inaaway lang sila. You know mommys your atittude towards your husbands when they are away working matters most.

I have this co-worker ng ngkaroon ng relationship with a filipina nurse dito so you dont expect na piniperahan niya si guy dahil pareha sila kumikita. Napag alaman namin na one big reason ni guy why he did it is ang sama ng ugali ng wife as in super sama, ang ending iniwan ang wife and they push through with the nurse na karelasyon in another country. So be ware mommy's be the best friend that you hubby needs.

hi mommy! im actually in the legal profession.

you can sue your husband for concubinage pero there are elements na dapat present like binahay na si mistress and they are cohabiting as husband and wife. pag concubinage ang kaso may penalty na rin for the mistress :)

there are pending bills now proposing to amend the laws on concubinage and adultery (for the wife) kasi medyo double standard yong nasa penal code natin.  sa proposal it will now be called marital infidelity :)

Hi Sis! Just  curious, what if they are staying together (husband and mistress) in one house but in another country? What are the provisions in this case?

In the country that they stayed together, filing a divorce although the other party is overseas is permitted. In this case if the husband will file a divorce to the wife who is in the Philippines, how would that go? Please advise. This is a very interesting topic!

Birth Control / Re: Missed taking pills. What should I do?
« on: January 05, 2013, 03:32:26 pm »
sis ganon nangyari sakin, I was taking pills for almost 3 months, hindi ko alam preggy n pala me that time kase wala symptoms. I consult my OB regarding it, she assures me naman na wala naman daw effect sa baby ko yon. I'm hoping and praying kase manganganak pa lang ako by first week of Feb 2013.

Labor and Child Birth / Normal Delivery after CS, anyone who have tried?
« on: December 10, 2012, 04:16:37 pm »
Hi Mommoies out there! I would like to ask if any of you who have tried giving birth through NSD (normal delivery) after a CS childbirth? I almost 8mo preggy mommies ETD is 2nd week of Feb 2013. My OB told me that i could opt to try normal delivery though I have been through CS less than 2 yrs ago. Has anybody of you tried it mommies? Please share you experiences, I am so eager to know as I will soon decide whether or not to try NSD or have my OB schedule for a CS operation.

I graduated Civil Engineering, I worked as an Office Engineer in a construction firm for a while but almost 3 years ago, napasok ako sa purchasing / procurement, I am now working as a Procurement Engineer in a manufacturing plant for maritime industry. Though quite far from civil works ang ginagawa ko, a lot of my knowledge is very applicable to the line of work that I have right now. Mas nai-enjoy ko ang work ko this time kase walang fieldwork.

Hi Sissie! I find the walker a very good gear for baby. My baby started using it at 7mo, at 10mo nkakalakad na sya without any support.

Toilet Training and Diapering Essentials / Re: Cloth Diapers
« on: November 09, 2012, 12:00:12 pm »
@ pompz: sis, hindi po yong conventional diapers ang tinutukoy ko meron curity na pocket type CD meron sya separate na inserts talaga.

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