Motherhood isn't just about measles, you know. But hey, here I am with my second Mommy Mondays post talking about measles. Again. It was very challenging to supposedly be "running" a household and be sick at the same time. Our household is pretty much on auto-pilot mode so I have to thank Roy and Amymy (our yaya since October 26, 2010) for that. Back to my german measles. I think we got the virus at the FEU hospital when Momsy was confined last May 30. We pertaining to me and my ate who had it days before me. A run-through of events:
May 30 - June 2: Momsy's confinement ergo, pagod, puyat and stress = mababang resistensya.
June 3 - June 6 in the afternoon: Life goes on
June 6 late afternoon: I started feeling the chills. My chest felt heavy and I just wanted to go home.
June 7 - June 10: on and off fever, joint pains
I was still able to accompany my mom for her check up last June 10 then I spoke with my sister over the phone and she told me to watch out for appearanc…
Here's more of a public service post. lol.
I realized that I should be sharing more mommy posts for future reference and of course to add value to fellow mommies out there. And what could be more fitting than to label it with "Mommy Mondays?" Nagpapaka-creative!
For today, allow me to share my first encounter with Roseola or Tigdas Hangin.
Last Wednesday, Isay had fever. As you may know, fever in itself is not an illness, it's a sign that our body is fighting some form of infection. So, Amymy (our kasambahay) thought that it's because of Isay's pagngingipin. We started to worry when the fever lasted for another 2 days na walang ubo or sipon (dito kami sanay e, hehe.) Isay was still very playful although she lost her appetite and was extra clingy. On the fourth day, wala nang lagnat then rashes started to appear on Isay's face then to her arms and back. As of press time, meron na rin sa hita.
Yesterday, we took her to Medical City and she was diagnosed w…
Sharing here in my blog my latest achievement, fnally getting rid of my "manas" or bloated face! ♥
Since this is MY blog, lemme say that I look equally beautiful. Right?
Well, you may disagree but yes I've always seen myself as ok and sometimes pretty pag natatapatan ng tamang angle. I've always been grateful to be in the anti-aging business for the past 5 years and that's helped a lot when it comes to maintaining great skin. The Spartan Transformation allowed me to look and feel good both inside and out. More importantly, I love how I could translate my results to other people.
I have more thoughts on this but I can't seem to make coherent statements at the moment. lol. For now, celebrate with me, will you? =)