I Want to Be Anorexic

I think that will be my only salvation from having a body of an overdue pregnant…. Make it overdue pregnant whale. Somehow, the baby kay nagawas na 1 year ago but for some reason I still look pregnant, and bloated like a red hot air balloon.

I’m also thinking of bullimic-ness but puke is just gross. And, I’m too lazy to exercise and engage in some healthy diet. And, I’m too poor to get a lipo or do drugs(joke). So can anybody tell me how to be anorexic?!? I’m already tired of being a moby dick dumbo. I wanna be stick-thin for once. Anorexic is the new black. I wanna be Nicole Richie!!!
HELP!!!

I Want to Be Anorexic

I think that will be my only salvation from having a body of an overdue pregnant…. Make it overdue pregnant whale. Somehow, the baby kay nagawas na 1 year ago but for some reason I still look pregnant, and bloated like a red hot air balloon.

I’m also thinking of bullimic-ness but puke is just gross. And, I’m too lazy to exercise and engage in some healthy diet. And, I’m too poor to get a lipo or do drugs(joke). So can anybody tell me how to be anorexic?!? I’m already tired of being a moby dick dumbo. I wanna be stick-thin for once. Anorexic is the new black. I wanna be Nicole Richie!!!

HELP!!!

doctor doctor i am sick… not really.

The usual scenario when going to the doctor.

Both of them were waiting to be shot in this visit. Migi’s next shot will be next summer according to his doctor. Can you hear me say, ‘WHAT A RELIEF!!!’ Our pockets can rest for some months. With meg, mmmmm… I’m not sure. I know we’ll still frequent the doctor for her weight monitor ek ek. Honestly after 2 kids, I’m still not familiar with vaccines/immunizations schedule. I think after 1 year, they will only be boosters. Oh well, it will be still be booster for everything… ggrrrr… And, there’s this new vaccine, IPD, every time we visit the doctor would mention/offer which costs like 4t pesoses which I think my kids can live without.

Gawd, checkig my memory. I only knew few vaccines. Flu vaccine which they say is not really necessary but I can’t stand kids with fever, cough, colds so I always see to it to have these. Then, the chickenpox which is given after 1st birthday — I remember this because it’s after the 1st bday. And, IPD which is like being offered to me every time we went to the doctor, and which I always reply with a i-can’t-afford smile! And, there are series of acronyms — DPT, HIB, 3 in1, 5 in 1, blah blah blah.

I did promise myself to memorize the vaccines when 1 time we went to a neighborhood doctor because their pedia was out of town or wherever she is. And meg was having coughs and colds and she was still little. Then the doctor asked me what are the immunizations given to the kid, and I just answered with a blank face. Then told her to check the baby book. Then she asked me what is the next schedule shot blahblah blah… and again I had no answer and felt like I’m a very crappy mother which is kinda true. =) It’s supposed to be my 2nd kid, I should know already. Whatever… So mothers, do memorize the ABC of vaccines! Well, you’ll never know when it’ll come handy. Maybe a new mother will ask an advice from you about it. =)

doctor doctor i am sick… not really.

The usual scenario when going to the doctor.

Both of them were waiting to be shot in this visit. Migi’s next shot will be next summer according to his doctor. Can you hear me say, ‘WHAT A RELIEF!!!’ Our pockets can rest for some months. With meg, mmmmm… I’m not sure. I know we’ll still frequent the doctor for her weight monitor ek ek. Honestly after 2 kids, I’m still not familiar with vaccines/immunizations schedule. I think after 1 year, they will only be boosters. Oh well, it will be still be booster for everything… ggrrrr… And, there’s this new vaccine, IPD, every time we visit the doctor would mention/offer which costs like 4t pesoses which I think my kids can live without.

Gawd, checkig my memory. I only knew few vaccines. Flu vaccine which they say is not really necessary but I can’t stand kids with fever, cough, colds so I always see to it to have these. Then, the chickenpox which is given after 1st birthday — I remember this because it’s after the 1st bday. And, IPD which is like being offered to me every time we went to the doctor, and which I always reply with a i-can’t-afford smile! And, there are series of acronyms — DPT, HIB, 3 in1, 5 in 1, blah blah blah.

I did promise myself to memorize the vaccines when 1 time we went to a neighborhood doctor because their pedia was out of town or wherever she is. And meg was having coughs and colds and she was still little. Then the doctor asked me what are the immunizations given to the kid, and I just answered with a blank face. Then told her to check the baby book. Then she asked me what is the next schedule shot blahblah blah… and again I had no answer and felt like I’m a very crappy mother which is kinda true. =) It’s supposed to be my 2nd kid, I should know already. Whatever… So mothers, do memorize the ABC of vaccines! Well, you’ll never know when it’ll come handy. Maybe a new mother will ask an advice from you about it. =)

Life’s a Stakili

Last weekend is the weekend you wish it’s not weekend. Both kids are sick, fever, colds and cough, and most of all help’s day-off — parent’s nightmare more of mother’s nightmare. Kids are screaming, crying whole day, runny nose, dry coughs…. To keep our sanity, we decided to go off somewhere, somewhere north until we see the Stakili sign. So we decided to make a stop at Stakili to let lose the kids, and have some break from the kids-sick drama.

Stakili P30/person entrance Mon-Sun except Saturday special hours 2pm-2am when entrance is P60. It’s 230pm Saturday when we get there. For desperados like us, we don’t much care. Come to think of it, it’s not really that much compared to movie tickets. But it’s something of a wonder until now why such hours the entrance price rate is different. Lovebirds are frequent at that time?

Oh, it’s my FIRST time to be in Stakili. It’s a nice change of scenery for boring parents like us. Yes, we are lazy and boring. Our idea of fun is bringing the kids to Jobee or Mcdo, and let them play on their playthingy or let them run around the place, while we feast ang get obese. Or let them watch Barney whole day until they’ll scream, ‘my parents are so boring, it hurts!!!’

But I’m still used to the white sands of the south.

Life’s a Stakili

Last weekend is the weekend you wish it’s not weekend. Both kids are sick, fever, colds and cough, and most of all help’s day-off — parent’s nightmare more of mother’s nightmare. Kids are screaming, crying whole day, runny nose, dry coughs…. To keep our sanity, we decided to go off somewhere, somewhere north until we see the Stakili sign. So we decided to make a stop at Stakili to let lose the kids, and have some break from the kids-sick drama.

Stakili P30/person entrance Mon-Sun except Saturday special hours 2pm-2am when entrance is P60. It’s 230pm Saturday when we get there. For desperados like us, we don’t much care. Come to think of it, it’s not really that much compared to movie tickets. But it’s something of a wonder until now why such hours the entrance price rate is different. Lovebirds are frequent at that time?

Oh, it’s my FIRST time to be in Stakili. It’s a nice change of scenery for boring parents like us. Yes, we are lazy and boring. Our idea of fun is bringing the kids to Jobee or Mcdo, and let them play on their playthingy or let them run around the place, while we feast ang get obese. Or let them watch Barney whole day until they’ll scream, ‘my parents are so boring, it hurts!!!’

But I’m still used to the white sands of the south.