Teaching in the Context of the Moment

I just finished reading “Don’t Make Me Count To Three” by Ginger Plowman and I learned a lot about giving biblical discipline to my children. There are a lot of good points in the book and I’m going to share one that stood out for me: it’s teaching in the context of the moment. AsContinue reading “Teaching in the Context of the Moment”

Grace For Every Step: Motherhood day-by-day

“Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward.” Psalm 127:3 Heritage and reward, what a beautiful way to describe our children. Though having children is a gift from God, it definitely is a challenge. As parents, particularly mothers, we are here to take care of not just theContinue reading “Grace For Every Step: Motherhood day-by-day”

When A Mom Doesn’t Know What To Do

I don’t know what to do! There are days when I feel that way in taking care of my children (and everything else, basically) and I guess that’s a good thing because when my mind is exhausted of finding my own solutions, I turn to Christ for wisdom. (which should be our first option,by theContinue reading “When A Mom Doesn’t Know What To Do”

My Birth Story: Umi Susannah

July 2018, we found out we are having another baby while we were still in the States. Throughout this 2nd pregnancy, God has been continually teaching me to trust in Him by answering my prayers with NO. Of course, we prayed for a smooth pregnancy but instead, I had UTI on my 1st trimester, becameContinue reading “My Birth Story: Umi Susannah”

Arrows for the Lord

1 Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is hisreward.  4  As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth.  5  Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them: they shall not be ashamed, but they shall speak with the enemies in the gate I must admit,  motherhood is not asContinue reading “Arrows for the Lord”

My Breastfeeding Journey

Oh,  I wish I could show you pictures of a freezer filled with milk storage bags or a full bottle pumped in minutes.  I wish I could tell you how awesome it is to have milk dripping from one breast while you’re nursing your baby from the other.  That’s not how it is for me.Continue reading “My Breastfeeding Journey”

The Fit Momma

Eversince our little Amy was born,  it has been a rollercoaster ride for us,  especially for me. Endless breastfeeding sesh along with other household chores plus travelling every weekend to church, it can be exhausting most of the time.  (That’s also the main reason why I couldn’t keep this blog updated)  But today, while IContinue reading “The Fit Momma”

My Birth Story: Amy Michaela

For 9 months, I have been preparing myself for labor and delivery. I researched, asked other moms, did prenatal exercises, research some more, prayed, and waited. We were hoping for a natural delivery but the Lord has other plans. I encourage those who were in the same situation like I was, who went through emergencyContinue reading “My Birth Story: Amy Michaela”

Final Stretch of my Pregnancy

I am now 35 weeks and 2 days pregnant and in more or less 5 weeks I will be seeing my firstborn for the very first time. For the past 8 months, I never really thought of labor and the excruciating pain that comes with it (even though I have been actively reading and researchingContinue reading “Final Stretch of my Pregnancy”

Ordinary Day Personal Blog

Hi everyone, I just felt like writing a blog this morning. It’s a bit different from my other blogs because this is more like a personal blog of what’s happening to me lately. I am currently 6 months pregnant and here are some of the changes that I’m experiencing right now: Baby’s movements. It startedContinue reading “Ordinary Day Personal Blog”