Monthly Archives: November 2010

Early Signs of Labor or was just a false alarm?

Around 1:45pm yesterday, while in the office, I started feeling the pain in my lower abdomen, similarly to a menstrual cramp but the pain was tolerable, since I was used of having menstrual cramp during my monthly period. I continue … Continue reading

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Eagerness and Excitement

I just had my prenatal check this afternoon on my 36 weeks. When asked by my OB how have I been in the past 2 weeks, I said, I felt like he is coming out due to uterine contraction and … Continue reading

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Breathing Techniques During Labor

The past few nights I feel like I am starting my labor with the presence of frequent Braxton hicks and false contraction. Those were signs that I am moving closer and closer to the big day. I have been keen … Continue reading

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Fear of the Unknown @ 35 weeks

Marking my 35 weeks of pregnancy today, very close to the big day and the excitement become more intense. It seems that the reality of being a mother is hitting me on this final stage of pregnancy and looking forward … Continue reading

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Safety First

Maintaining your car means ensuring your safety when you’re driving. There are different parts and factors in your car that might go wrong but if you properly maintain your car you don’t have to worry about it too much. Being … Continue reading

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Which Crib Beddings to Grab?

Last weekend, a friend offers her almost antique crib to us which were also handed down to her by someone. So we don’t need to buy a new crib for little Z, instead we will be looking for a crib … Continue reading

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Should we Celebrate Halloween?

Many believe that Halloween is evil or “evil’s holiday.” The World Book Encylopedia says Halloween is a festival that takes place on October 31st where children wear costumes and masquerading as witches, ghosts, goblins, skeletons, demons, and other grotesque characters … Continue reading

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