Saturday, August 30, 2008

Amazing Back To School Deal

Hear ye! Hear ye! There is a remarkable back-to-school deal that you don't want to miss! Here's how it goes. Order any Charter services online, e.g. Charter High-Speed Internet for only $19.99 per month for 6 months, Digital Home and High-Speed Internet at $69.98 per month for 6 months or Digital Home, High-Speed Internet, and Charter Telephone at $99.97 per month for one year. As soon as you order any of those, you will be given a FREE gas card from SHELL. We all know how crazy gas prices are nowadays! This is one thing you surely would want to get. Not only are they giving free stuff, but also you will be given a chance to win an HP Compaq Presario C770US Laptop! You know how much that cost? Over $600! That means you're getting a top of the line computer which most people desire. Here are the specifications to give you an idea.
Intel Pentium Dual-Core Processor
15.4" WXGA Screen
2GB RAM -160GB hard drive
DVD Burner
Built in Wi-Fi and Ethernet
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Daycare Closed

Daycare was closed yesterday. Kimberly called and told me that the kids in the daycare had been getting sick with fever. Her 3-year old son also has a fever. She decided to close her place, just for yesterday, as she's worried that baby Kaiden, whose immunity is not that strong yet to fight off diseases, might get sick as well. Given the situation, I would not take the risk of bringing my kids there, if in case she decided not to close the daycare. I appreciate her doing the right thing. So yesterday, I decided not to go to work, did some billing at home instead, and spent the whole day with my darling babies. My husband left for San Jose, CA for a game this weekend. Hopefully, we'd see him on TV. As always, we miss him even if he'd be coming home tomorrow.

Friday, August 29, 2008

Back to Work!

Yes, you read that right. Last week, I went back to the workforce. It was sooner than originally planned. What happened was, week before that, my good manager called asking if I could possibly go back to work, be "physically" present in the office ( as she termed it). After I gave birth, I decided to work at home for some hours while I'm on maternity leave. I've been doing medical billing. She had my computer hooked up to the system in the office. However, things happened that would need my presence in the office. There are 2 doctors coming on board and I happen to handle the credentialing, licenses, etc. My husband and I discussed about the pros and cons before I went back to work last week. My boss gave me a reasonable offer that could cover daycare expenses and still leave some for other expenses such as baby's necessities. You see, daycare is expensive especially with 2 kids. We agreed on certain terms. I only report to the office 3x a week for 5-6 hours. The rest of the days, I could do work at home for a few hours. I thought it was a good set-up. That way, I can still spend valuable time with my babies, take care of my family, which is a priority, no matter what. :)

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Victory Hair

Oh, how I envy those gorgeous models with shiny, straight hair in TV commercials! I remember during those days when my husband would visit me back home in the Philippines, I would anxiously prepare myself, making sure that he would fall more in love with me when he sees me with my Victory Hair :) Weeks before he'd arrive, I would go to the salon, have a hot oil, wax or cellophane treatment. Desperate to have a beautiful straight hair, I would have my hair rebonded, which, by the way, costs a lot! :) I went to the store with my friends to pick up a nice-looking dress for me to wear on his arrival. The day that I'd been waiting for finally came. My brother and I picked him up at the airport. Oh, I couldn't describe my feelings when I saw him. And I knew he felt the same way, too. Excitement filled the air. He touched my hair, my Victory Hair! I felt some sparks of electricity all over me. We had fun together. It was one of the best days of my life. Speaking of fun, there is an online game called Extreme Style by VO5 Ultimate Flirting Championship which you will enjoy! Try playing the game and you will have fun like I did!

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

It MOVED Me...

and tears just streamed down my face...

Read and watch the video.

"A son asked his father, 'Dad, will you take part in a marathon with me?' The father who, despite having a heart condition, says 'Yes'. They went on to complete the marathon together. Father and son went on to join other marathons, the father always saying 'Yes' to his son's request of going through the race together. One day, the son asked his father, 'Dad, let's join the Ironman together.'

To which, his father said 'Yes' .

For those who didn't know, Ironman is the toughest triathlon ever. The race encompasses three endurance events of a 2.4 mile (3.86 kilometer) ocean swim, followed by a 112 mile (180.2 kilometer) bike ride, and ending with a 26.2 mile (42.195 kilometer) marathon along the coast of the Big Island .

Father and son went on to complete the race together." View this

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Sunday, August 24, 2008

Noah and Kaiden

my sweet cherubs :)

Saturday, August 23, 2008

New Disney Bingo Game

I loved watching Disney shows on TV when I was little. I remember waking up in the morning watching Disney even before eating breakfast. In the afternoon, after taking a nap, I would switch the channel to Disney while eating snacks. I enjoyed watching Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Donald Duck, Daisy, Pluto and Goofy. Among the Disney movies I liked were Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Peter Pan, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Finding Nemo and of course, The Lion King. The Lion King is my ultimate favorite among all of them. I sing the famous song in that movie called "Hakuna Matata" whenever I get too much worried on certain things. How about you? Which are your five favorites similar to my list? My little son, Noah loves it when I read to him the book on Finding Nemo. He likes looking at the colorful pictures. There is a new DVD game, ScreenLife Game Disney Bingo which I plan on getting for my kids. You can buy it at or I am sure my children, and even Mommy and Daddy will love it. It is a good way for your kids to learn numbers, colors and even hone their matching skills, with the Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie as examples. It works by matching the numbers on the board as they are called out. Whoever fills in the pattern first and shouts BINGO wins. Get the Disney Bingo now and enjoy!


Saturday, August 16, 2008

Noah *winks and says "GOOGLE!"

Amazing how a baby's vocabulary increases each day. At almost 18 months, there's been a surge in vocabulary as far as Noah's language development is concerned. The range of words he speaks has been increasing rapidly. We can't help but smile, and sometimes laugh because of how funny he pronounces some words. Just few weeks ago, I spoke to him the word "GOOGLE once, and I was totally surprised that he was able to get it right away. Now, that's my baby! hehe :) We have also been teaching him some sign language (picking only the commonly used ones) since he was 8 months old to reduce frustration in communicating. So far, it has helped us to provide exactly what he needs at the shortest time with less frustration on both ends. He knows how to sign eat, more, drink, milk, sleep, diaper. He points to his diaper or shorts, gets a new one, and lies down whenever he needs it changed. Funny when he does this. :)

Here are some words he speaks:
1. O-ow Wad-ju-ju-ju? - O-oh What did u do? :)
2. baba- head butt (him and his daddy play "soft" head butt :))
3. gi da!- get down! ( he shouts those commands to the dogs especially to Sofie, our lab, coz she likes jumping and standing on the gate whenever we arrive at the door)
4. bats- balls ( i don't know why he pronounces it that way :))
5. diti- dirty

6. ten chu- thank you
7. clock
8. eyes
9. juice
10. dance
11. cheese
12. banana- nana

14. etc. etc... (words of his own that we still have to decipher :) )

Friday, August 15, 2008

Why Do We Need Friends?- Tag!

Thanks, Lena for this cute tag. So sweet and thoughtful of ya! :)

We need friends for many reasons,all throughout the season.
We need friends to comfort us when we are sad,and to have fun with us when we are glad.
We need friends to give us good advice.
We need someone we can count on,and treat us nice.
We need friends to remember us
one we have passed sharing memories that will always last.

Spread the poem of friendship.

Hollywood Love

"Life is like a box of chocolates, you'll never know what you'll get." I don't have to tell you because I'm sure you know that these lines are from the hit movie "Forest Gump". So true. Have you ever used these lines to get someone's attention? I'm pretty sure they'll work. I am married, with 2 kids, but I still flirt with my good-looking husband. :) Flirting shouldn't end when you're married. It spices up the marriage. For fun, I tried playing the Extreme Style by VO5 Ultimate Flirting Championship online. It was enjoyable! You can be a judge or a flirter. Try it now and have fun!

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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

August 8, 2008

August 8, 2008 was the opening of Beijing Olympics, but more importantly it was also the birthday of my darling husband. Nothing grandiose. Being a coffee drinker himself, I gave him a personalized latte mug with Noah and Kaiden's pictures together embossed on the outside. I was pleased that he liked it a lot. My hubby enjoys drinking coffee every after meal. He has his own version of making latte which he calls "poor man's latte". hehehe :) So simple. Just microwave a mug of milk with vanilla creamer for 3 minutes. Then add a tablespoon of coffee after. Stir. That's it! No sweat! :) For his dinner, I cooked Pot Roast which is his favorite meal. He had a chocolate birthday cake, and as expected, Noah ate most of it. ;) Happy Birthday, hunny! tssssuuup! mwaaaah! ssshlurrrpshhhhhhh! (oooops pardon the slobber :))

Monday, August 11, 2008

Happy Baby!

My Mom said I look like PONG PAGONG of Batibot because of my chubby cheeks...who's PONG PAGONG???

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Noah *winks* At You

At 16 months, my husband had been teaching Noah the basics of flirting. hehehe :) At that age, Noah had already learned how to *wink* at pretty girls. :)

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Kaiden's Recent Pics

my "cute profile" :)

ooops...Mommy...i'm POOPIN'...errrr
still poopin'...errrr
ok, i'm done...mmm i think my eyes crossed for poopin' so hard hehe :)

Friday, August 1, 2008

Be CISCO Certified!

Back when I was still working in the Philippines, I constantly looked for means on how to improve my skills and be globally prepared. I knew that IT has been developing dynamically and I did not want to be left behind. As I read through the newspaper ads, I noticed huge job opportunities for IT from entry level positions to IT specialists or managers. Since that was the case, I enrolled in a computer school that would let me enhance my skills. As soon as I finished my course and underwent intensive training, I was able to find a job related to IT and I was satisfied! More than satisfied! Well, you get to earn big bucks! Who wouldn't want that? :) I always had an interest for computers and technology even up to now. When I learned about the Cisco certification, I knew this would be a great opportunity for everyone to be part of the growing IT industy. The CISCO Learning Network provides courses that would earn you a Cisco certification. For entry level, they have IP NETWORKING-CCENT. For associate, they have courses for Design-CCDA, Routing and Switching-CCNA, Security- CCNA Security, Voice-CCNA Voice and Wireless-CCNA Wireless. They also have courses for Professional, Expert, and Specialist positions such as Advanced Routing and Switching, Data Center, Foundation for Channel Partners, Unified Communications. There is a lot of courses/certifications that they offer. It's a fact that there is a huge demand for IT professionals. So, don't be left behind. You don't know what you're missing if you let this pass by. Having a Cisco certification can definitely change your life. Enroll now!

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