Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts with the label Mommy Tips

How will I confidently #Spread100Hugs this Holiday Season

We Filipinos really love the Christmas season, more than the food and the celebration, one of the anticipated moments that we are looking forward is to be with our family and loved ones spend time with them after a long year of work or being away.
I can still remember when I was a kid, when I visit our relatives during the Christmas vacation, I can see all their preparations from changing the curtains to a new one, new table cloth, place mats, and even door mats just to prepare for the expected visitors, no wonder us Filipinos has been tagged as very hospitable.
So when I grew up, this kind of custom is something that I inherited from all of my relatives and family members,I make sure that the house is clean, all curtains are newly washed or replaced, so as table cloths and door mats, so whenever my dearest relatives and closest friends drop by, they can be welcomed with a fresh ambiance.
Every year, whenever the holiday season comes, unexpected things happens, like meeting your fami…

Why Potatoes Are Good for Pregnant Moms

Nutrition is very important for everyone, especially for soon-to-be moms. When I was pregnant, I was very conscious of my baby’s health and safety in my tummy. And I’m sure us parents agree that dietary and lifestyle choices have a great impact on the health of babies.



During pregnancy, you are not the only one who is eating, the baby in your tummy also eats with you. You need to consume enough vitamins and minerals to meet your daily dietary needs. And it goes without saying that you need to munch on healthy and nutritious food, not just anything you feel like eating.


When I was pregnant, I refrained from eating rice and replaced it with fruits and vegetables, eating hard boiled eggs and boiled potatoes really helped me out, too. Yes, potatoes!
My doctor told me that potatoes are rich in potassium. Would you believe it has more potassium than a banana?  Also, a medium size potato (5.2 oz) with skin on only has 110 calories. Combine that with some eggs and fruits and you got yourself…