In Ceana's Eyes

I want to share some snapshots which were taken by my 28-month old daughter. From  the pictures we will be able to see the world in the way our children sees it. Our children grow up so fast, before we know it we're already clearing off their things and sending them off to college, and the next thing, we're already selling their used college books and visiting them in their … [Read more...]

How Time Flies


As a parent everyday is a milestone, our children are continuously developing and discovering new things. When I started my journey through motherhood, I promised myself that I will document all the important life events of my child. With the technology we have now, everything is possible and attainable with the help of state of the art gadgets. And so from the moment that my … [Read more...]

My Morning Sickness Story Plus A $100 Giveaway

Having a child is what my husband and I prayed and wished for. I guess most married couples feel the same way. Would you believe that I already had a hunch that I was pregnant maybe after 24 hours my daughter was conceived? I don't know but my body just told me that "something" is happening. I started getting clumsy and dropped things which didn't happen … [Read more...]

Our Snow Trip 2013

The first time I came to San Jose was in August of 2012. It was summer then, with warm sunny days pretty much called the dry season. San Jose's latitude and location on the west coast of North America place the city in a Mediterranean type climate which is mainly identified by sharply contrasting wet and dry seasons. The wet season runs from November through March when 82% of … [Read more...]

Lasting Memories

I was ecstatic when my friend and former colleague, Mae squealed to me that she will be tying the knot in December. She is like my younger sister that's why it was also a mixture of emotions when we exchanged ideas about her wedding plans. Weddings are actually a combustion of different emotions which are usually extreme in nature. During our whole chit-chat I can't … [Read more...]