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Yaya Solutions / Re: On being nice to maids and yaya
« on: July 16, 2013, 02:40:19 pm »
I've only had 3 yayas in the last 3 years. Yung una, 1 month lang nagtagal, yung second yaya 10 months, and the last 1 year and 4 months. I was very nice to them, I treated them like family, blah blah blah. BUT my mistake was that I expected them to be decent and to show gratitude dahil nga naging mabait ako sa kanila. That was very wrong of me. They shouldnt be expected to be grateful of the things that you give them and the treatment that you show them in the hopes that they will stay dahil kung gusto nila umalis and magloko, gagawin and gagawin nila yan kahit pa halos mala-santa ka na sa kanila. Why? Because they dont see the value in real relationships and they only have short term goals. Lahat ba sila ganyan? Absolutely not but MOST of them are.

Time and time again I've been reminded that they deserve to be treated decently but always with GREAT CAUTION. Dapat din matuto tayo na mag-manage ng expectations natin.

We give our daughter a warm bath at night. This is very important since napapawisan and nadudumihan while playing.

^Well my daughter isnt naturally sakitin. She'll get cough and colds once in a while pero that's just about it. I dont attribute it to the vitamins that much kase malakas talaga kumain daughter ko and mahilig sa tulog so I think those are the main factors kung bakit hinde sya sakitin and the vitamins remaina supplement. One thing though, my daughter is quite tall compared to kids her age. She's 2.8 years old and she stands at 3'4. I'm not sure kung dahil sa Growee ba yan or dahil sa mahilig sya mag-sleep. I'm not tall (I"m only 5') and my husband is just 5'8.

^Hi mommy. My daughter started taking vitamins when she was around 3 months. She was exclusively breastfed until nag-1 year old but her pedia still made her take vitamin c. She started with ceelin tapos nung nag-2 years old ceelin with zinc and growee na.

Your Kid's Health and Safety / Re: calamansi on baby bath?
« on: June 17, 2013, 07:33:17 pm »
^Pwede naman siguro sis. I just use green tea lang kase I've read na it has anti-oxidant properties which benefit the skin very well. Madalas ginagamit ko green tea with jasmine kase mabango eh.

Chardonnay - Yung daughter ko din pag nagka-scar matagal mawala kaya I was so upset nung nagka-mosquito bites sya akala ko magda-darken na naman and matagal mawawala pero I really believe na this process helped. Nung nagpunta kame sa binyag ng mga pinsan niya last weekend ang dami nag-compliment sa skin niya. Hinde lang kase sya maganda sa malayuan pero it's very soft and madulas daw to the touch.

Your Kid's Health and Safety / Re: calamansi on baby bath?
« on: June 14, 2013, 08:35:00 pm »
Here's my daughter's bath ritual:
1. steep green tea into a cup of hot water and pour into her bath water
2. lather evap milk all over her skin and let it sit while she brushes her teeth
3. squeeze 2-3 pieces of calamansi on her bath water
4. bathe as usual

Parang ibababad mo lang sa skin niya yung milk before taking a bath. I put it on her skin before she brushes her teeth para may time for the milk to sit on her skin. It requires effort pero worth it naman especially when I see how smooth and glowing her skin is. I find it effective din in removing mosquito bite marks.

Just to give you an idea, nung Sunday, nagkaron ng around 6 bite marks sa legs yung anak ko kase hinde nilagyan ng jammies ng husband ko pagbaba sa sala namin. I just did our usual bath ritual except that I also lathered calamansi extract on her skin after I put the milk. Make sure lang na hinde nagsugat yung bite mark or hinde na-scratch kase pag nagka-gash na yon syempre mahapdi pag nalagyan ng calamansi. In our case kase, bago pa lang yung bite marks and hinde nagkaron ng chance ang anak ko ng makamot kase I put calamine lotion on the bite marks immediately. So nagkaron sya nung Sunday, super nabwisit nga ko kay hubby. Few days ago, wala na kaagad. Super clear na ulit yung legs ng daughter ko.

Your Kid's Health and Safety / Re: calamansi on baby bath?
« on: June 13, 2013, 04:08:10 pm »
^Evap lang gamit ko sis. I guess fresh milk is ok too kaso mas mahal lang yon hehe. I buy 4 big cans of evap milk and good for 1 month na yon.

Your Kid's Health and Safety / Re: calamansi on baby bath?
« on: June 13, 2013, 03:45:45 pm »

Yung baby ko, common na napapansin ng mga tao yung dark complexion niya, which he inherited from his father. Morena beauty din ako (naks!) kaya shempre, accepted namin na talagang ganun ang color ni baby. Friends and even family are also suggesting bathing him in calamansi (and even tea!) para nga daw pumusyaw ang kulay. I didn't do anything about it. At least paglaki ni baby, matatawag siyang "tall, dark and handsome" hehe. :)

Just my two cents...

I get irrirtated with people who fuss over one's skin color na kelangan maputi. My husband and I are both morenos so we were expecting of course na morena din ang daughter namin. She turned out to be maputi kase Chinese naman ang family ng husband ko and maputi ang mother in law ko.

I agree with the other mom here na it's not important at all kung maputi or hinde, what's more important is thatthe skin is healthy and smooth. No matter how maputi a person is, kung magaspang ang skin, hinde pa din maganda tignan. I bathe my daughter with milk everyday and it makes her skin super soft and smooth. Yan din ang nagtatanggal ng marks sa skin niya pag nagakaka-mosquito bites or small scratches.

My 2 year old has been taking Ceelin with Zinc and Growee. Yan lang pinapabigay ng pedia niya since walang problems sa appetite ang daughter ko.

My reaction to Saab Magalona's 'Pol Medina getting sacked turned why i hate assumption antipolo' article:

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