Teething Lessons

It took almost one year for the little one to grow two front teeth. Meanwhile, he started “teething” when he was 4 months old. Teething was uncomfortable. The little one kept chewing on his fingers, teething toys, and anything mouthable. There were instances where he was grinding his gum. Interestingly, the absence of teeth didn’t […]

Learning Forgiveness and Patience From the Little One ❤

It’s hard, difficult and pointless to be mad at my baby because he is yet to develop the ability to differentiate between wrong and right. In fact, he smiles when I tell him he has done something wrong.
Forgiveness becomes easy when we understand that those who have wronged us or hurt us do not truly know what they are doing……..

My Biggest Fear about Having Children and How I Overcame It

This past weekend, I visited a sister-friend who gave birth to a baby boy three weeks ago. She shared her concern about raising a child in this cold/evil world. I had the same fear and concern in July, so I could relate. We discussed the fact that our generation is faced with raising children in a more complex world compared to generations before us.