Understanding Parenthood: A Journey Towards Empathy
Before I became a parent, I thought I understood what parenting meant. I thought I knew exactly what I should and should not do when I became one. I also criticized my own parents a lot. It was only when I became one myself, while losing both my parents almost at the same time, that… Continue reading
We Need to Cut Dads Some Slack
It is important to remember that gender roles are deeply ingrained in our society, and it’s not something that can be unlearned overnight. Continue reading
Is Homeschooling Elitist?
While traditional schools remain the norm, many families have turned to homeschooling to provide a more flexible and personalized learning experience for their children. However, there are still significant barriers that prevent many Filipino families from accessing this educational option. Continue reading
How Writing about Motherhood has Helped Me
My husband and I became parents at the worst possible time. Continue reading
Midnight Musings of a Millennial Mama
Motherhood makes you weird. Continue reading
Why it is Important to Prioritize your Spouse
Parenting can be very hectic. Between juggling work, attending to your kids needs and managing the household, it’s easy to forget about your relationship with your spouse. However, we need to remember that prioritizing your partner is crucial for the well-being of your family. Continue reading
How Do I Teach My Children About Religion?
How do I teach my children about religion and when is the appropriate time to do so? As millennial parents, this feels a little like being pulled into two separate directions. On the one hand you want to guide and shape your children but on the other hand you are aware that letting them become… Continue reading
We Need to Stop Romanticizing “Supermoms”
The idea of being a supermom has been romanticized to the point where it’s considered normal for mothers to take on the majority of the responsibility. It’s time to change this narrative. Continue reading
The Power of ONE Caring Adult
In March 2015, Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child released a study saying, “Every child who winds up doing well has had at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive adult.” Continue reading
Dilemma of a Millennial Mama
Sometimes I can’t help but feel like I am not living the life I am supposed to live. That I am not my most authentic self. I feel like I have been keeping appearances all my life and it dawns on me every time I see other people unapologetically living their most authentic selves. Don’t… Continue reading
Just your average millennial mama navigating motherhood and breaking generational curses.