Lil' Berry is right on track, 1.28kgs a size of a cucumber. We visited the Doc to check on Berry and ask again whether it's a he or a she. Again, the Doc said, "still a she." Can't wait for the go shopping since we have entered the 7th month! Officially eligible to shop! Off… Continue reading #28weekspregnant: 7months with a shopping pass!
If you asked me 5 years ago my opinion about babies, you would see my face change colors with a terrified expression. I used to (literally) cry when there is a screeching kid near the vicinity. There was this once I went to the hospital and pressed the wrong floor, I ended up on the pediatrics floor..… Continue reading Baby-o-phobia
"You should give up coffee" Frankly speaking, this was one of the things that added to my preggo-phobia. Back then, I was very scared that if I got pregnant, I would need to give up coffee for 9 months. As a heavy coffee addict, that is hard challenge for me. All those pregnancy myths could… Continue reading You should give up coffee… or so they said!
Being a frequent traveller, it has been very frustrating for me to limit travelling during my first trimester. After the clock hit the sweet period of the 4th to 6th month, we didn't waste any time and booked our flights. Actually, it might be okay to hop on the plane outside that window, but you should… Continue reading Berry’s Travel Saga
Continuing this post, there is another odd craving that baby Berry (or Mama Berry) can't seem to kick out of the head for almost 2 weeks. I really, really, really want es podeng. It is a traditional dessert, similar to ice cream with a rougher texture made of coconut and processed with a traditional tube ice… Continue reading Pregnancy Cravings #BerryCravings: es podeng
As a first time mother, the word 'Maternity leave' is still very scary, yet exciting time to experience. How will it be? Will it be the days filled with baking and sewing DIY baby projects or will it be the days filled with dirty pampers and no-time-to-shower for mommy? Yes, I feel very scared and excited… Continue reading 90-list Journey to Maternity Leave