my life looks great but its not easy,well most of us knew that and found that out ourselves,i became a mom/keeper at an early age,for me it was like an emotional roller coaster ride..theres a lot of what if's,i really didnt know what to do,what will happen to me,my social life,my studies,my everything,then i came to realize that i should stop thinking about MYSELF and start noticing all the blessings that i am actually receiving despite all the unplanned events,anyway its not really that hard,i mean how can it be when you are holding one near you...all the love that i could ever have,smiling crying and even throwing up milk in such a small body..
Look how young i was haha,lil r was just about a few months old in this photo,how can someone be so hateful about what she had become when you are holding an angel
i remember when he first walked without any one holding him,we were at the beach..he was wiggling at first but every time he fell he always finds the strength to stand up,and run back into my arms.
i know moms like me feel the same way as i do whenever i see my baby crying,sick,burning with fever..i almost always want to cry myself,wishing that i could take all the pain by myself.
theres never a dull moment in my life,although theres a lot of planning that i still need to accomplish,i now have every reason to pursue my goal...the bond between a mother and her child is very unique,something that is unexplainable,i bet you daddies out there wonder why we understand them better in such ways you cant explain.
PS: not to mention the running and shouting and mind blowing exhibition that my son do.. everythings fine haha.
anyhuu heres some tips on how to keep your cool and de stress those wrinkles from female network
Believe in the power of music.
If you feel like you stress is all bottled up and ready to pop, or when working, and if you feel like it—it doesn’t matter if your kids think your music sucks! Don’t let them screw up your karaoke time. Go ahead and sing, or even . You can probably even get your kids to dance with you and redirect their energies to something fun but not chaotic. As they say, music lifts the soul, so try to use it as an alternative de-stressor for you. Who knows? If you start them young enough, your kids may learn to love the music you love—plus, you’ll be creating special memories they’ll associate with the old “standards.”
When was the last time you just to chat? Perhaps it’s time to with your high school or college barkada or at least to someone when you find your kids come close to driving you bonkers. Your friend may help you find that positive vibe that’s been buried under the stress by of your situation or for dealing with your kids’ unflagging energy or never-ending drama.
Though most moms watch their weight after giving birth, enjoying a piece of your favorite dark chocolate or a small serving of ice cream can make you feel better when you’re having a bad day at home. Scientific findings back the idea that —why don’t you prove it for yourself?
When all else fails, get out of the house, close your eyes, and just for a few minutes. You’ll be surprised at how this can that piles up during the day. Afterward, go back inside your home and settle the chaotic world around you, feeling a little more clear-headed than before.
It’s also a great idea to . As Bill Cosby used to say, kids say the darnedest things! While you might not want to reinforce cheeky behavior in your child, you can find time alone after an incident to remember your kid’s irreverent actions and about it. According to FN’s article on the health benefits of happiness, , and endorphins help decrease stress. Laughter also achieves the same effect by releasing serotonin.
Moms are often the hearts of the household. Thus, if you’re stressed and disorganized, it’s often just a step away from your home turn stress-inducing and disorganized as well. Don’t forget to and . A sluggish mom can create a sluggish household—and a happy mom can also create an equally happy household. So take time to breathe, smile, read a book, do yoga—in short, don’t stop taking care of yourself just because you’re too busy with your daily duties as a mom., practice it holistically, and very soon your kids, your home, and the rest of your life will begin to reflect some of that calm and order—and being a mom will become that much more fun!
Make time for yourself every morning.
, though of course without depriving yourself of restful sleep. Walk around your garden (if you have one) and breathe in some fresh morning air. Try practicingor to calm your mind and body. every morning can give you a better perspective when dealing with stress at home later in the day.
Feeling like you have to do everything yourself just to get things done right, is a sure path to Stressville. Ease up on those perfectionist reins and . Assign them so they’ll learn, little by little, to manage on their own. When they come to you for help with small things, such as homework or chores, don’t do the work for them—. Think about it this way: if they’re not asking you to do things they can do themselves, you’ll have more time to do the tasks that they can’t or shouldn’t manage on their own.
Also, don’t be afraid to . If you have other family members around, enlist their assistance with looking after the kids or with other household tasks. If you try to do it all yourself, you may end up dropping from exhaustion. Learn from celebrity mom Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworksi, who encourages her kids to be independent—but takes an active role in their lives so they know they can depend on her.
Frequently, when children argue, neither party is willing to listen or compromise. Don’t immediately jump in to play the middle-mom (pun intended). ; just be present to make sure things don’t get out of hand. While it’s good to be a hands-on disciplinarian, your kids will learn to compromise better if you let them muddle their way into finding a middle ground between themselves rather than having you lay down the law for them. Remember, you won’t be able to fix their problems when they grow up; it’s best to let them learn to do it themselves early on.
have a nice day ladies