I Have PCOS, Can I Still Get Pregnant? – YES.

According to numerous online sources, it is estimated that polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects about 8-10% of women of reproductive age. This means it is very common. To those who may not know, the infertility rate with polycystic ovaries is very high. Some have difficulty conceiving, and others may opt to have fertility treatments to improve […]

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What is PCOS?

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, abbreviated as PCOS, is the most common cause of infertility in women of the childbearing age. If this is your first time hearing about it, read on below and feel free to message me if you’d like to know more. What are common symptoms of PCOS? Irregular periods or no periods at […]

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Choosing My Baby’s First Solids..

There are a lot of ready-made and easy-prep solid food options for babies in the market today. These would range from purees, puffs, juices, biscuits, and more. As a first time mom, baby food options with too much sugar, too much unknown ingredients, and which ended up too “tasty” were already off my list to […]

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Cycles and Cradle for Babies

Since giving birth, Cycles and Cradle has been my go-to brand for several baby products, specifically the laundry products, the bottle and nipple cleaner, the toy and surface cleaner, and the mosquito patches. Imagine my surprise when I received this lovely package, full of the products I usually buy plus more of their wonderful products! […]

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Real Struggles After The Wedding Day: The Untold Leaving and Cleaving Process 

Before you get married, a recurring theme when you go on premarital counseling sessions is the concept of “leaving and cleaving” which essentially means that when you get married, you leave your family (parents and siblings) and cleave to your spouse to start having your own  life, family, and home together. – meaning you and […]

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Why I had to Stop Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding my baby was always something I was sure I was going to do. Without a doubt, I was determined to make myself a milk machine for my child. My decision to do so was because of research, recommendations, and the “norm” of breastfeeding. I prayed every day during my pregnancy for God to bless […]

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Finally, I’m Writing Again!

Lately it’s been too hectic to do anything other than “catch up” with errands and/or accomplish whatever task demanded of me at that time. Honestly, without a nanny to help me (she went on a 3-day off), I can really feel the weight of the “mommy hat” down to my shoulders.. haha time never seems […]

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Don’t Panic!

All first-time moms can relate to this: the fear of their baby getting sick for the first time. It is with confidence that I say.. I conquered my baby getting sick for the first time! BEFORE I CONTINUE… LET ME SAY.. no one wanted my baby to get sick/catch a bug! I even asked everyone to […]

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Thoughts from a First-Time Mom

My baby is one month old! My little family survived our first month together.. and let me tell you… this first month with her has been a rollercoaster of experience. I’ve been M.I.A on the writing/blogging due to the breastfeeding schedule and erratic sleeping hours HAHA! If you’ve read my post about pregnancy.. as a follow-up, […]

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Our Little Girl is Here! 💕

First and foremost, to God be all the glory! I had a very smooth and easy labor and delivery! ❤️ To all of you who prayed for us, supported us, and showed us love, from the bottom of my heart.. I would like to thank you all 💕 I can’t believe I finally have her […]

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