Friday, October 29, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of BH Cosmetics. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love wearing makeup that leaves a powerful effect on both me and the appreciative men. I like it when the palettes blend so perfectly on my skin color. There are makeups in the market that instead of making you look beautiful or enhancing your beauty, it makes you look like you are attending a costume party. Overpowering foundation that doesn't blends on the skin and can easily be washed-off with tears, not good if you are attending a wedding or any party with crying moments. I have had a couple of experience in the past and one was on my wedding day. The foundation that was applied on me by a friend had me looked like a ghost in a white wedding dress. That was so embarrassing! Til now, I hate to look at my wedding pictures, thus, I wanna be wed again for the second time to the same man to fix the problem, and of course, have our vows blessed by the Catholic Church.
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
The territory of two (?) alligators.
Sunday, October 17, 2010
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine.
Saturday afternoon, I came home from home decor shopping. The hubby opened the door for me and helped me with the stuff I bought. I knew I noticed something in his eyes but didn't want to ask him about it. Was he crying while I was gone shopping? I just left myself with a conclusion that the lil one poked him in the eyes that's why it was reddish and kinda sore.
Later that evening, hubby opened up to me. Yes he cried. He was watching football and then during the half-time report, a cancer patient's life was featured. The hubby's heart was crashed upon seeing the child's difficulties in battling the most horrifying disease, cancer. He's thankful that the lil one is so healthy in her two years of life and hoping that her it'll continue that way.
Hubby's story reminded me of my plan of having the lil one's umbilical cord banked then. Sadly, it didn't happen. Lack of resources urged me not to. I calculated the finances of having a baby in mind and with hubby the only one earning money for the family, cord blood banking will drown us into so much debt and we might not be able to get on our feet. Now, I kinda regretting that I didn't push my plan. The lil one is a gift and deserves protection. Cord blood banking, I believe is one of the best gift that we could have gave her because it is a lifetime guarantee. Oh I just hope nothing will happen to her or I will live with it for the rest of my life.
Thus, I am encouraging moms-to-be to give the best gift you could ever give your child. Have her or his cord blood banked by Cryo-Cell, America's trusted and most established cord blood bank. Cry-Cell has an ongoing promo, visit the website to learn more and on how to receive the limited time special offer that you can save up to $495 in your pocket. Check out the website, www.cryo-cell.com, for more information about cord-blood banking.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Visiting the zoo is so worth it after seeing tons of animals and learning facts about 'em.
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
I was bloghopping today a post supporting the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Thus, I am taking the Pink Ribbon challenge. This is the easiest way to support the organization and the cancer patients its supporting, so why not do it? I am inviting you to take the challenge, too!
Friday, October 01, 2010
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PlayStation MOVE. All opinions are 100% mine.
Now that I have a lil one, I want her to have most, if not all, the educational toys that she could possibly want. Regardless of price, hubby and I are working hard to give it to her. In fact, hubby has been eyeing for a PlayStation®Move, a perfect Christmas present for the family. PlayStation®Move is actually a combination of the PlayStation®3 system, the PlayStation®Eye camera and the PlayStation®Move motion controller. Family bonding will be spent more using the controller with so much variety of games for most ages. Maybe the family's first game would be the Start Party since it's merely for kids. For sure the lil will have a blast with this genius controller.
On a relative note, the hubby's nephew owns a PlayStation®3. He has no idea for now that he could bring the motion gaming by getting the Move bundle package for only $99. On Saturday, I will see him again. Guess what? I am gonna tell him about what I found out tonight. He will have a ball, I bet you!
Before I end this post, I wanna ask you one thing? Are you ready for the MOVE?
It was Saturday night, LSU football night, and the whole family including kids watched the game at the in-laws. Indeed, a great night spending time with everybody but some were not happy and I am talking about the men in the family. Watching football game with lil kids is definitely not a good idea. The men, who are die-hard LSU fans kept on complaining about the kids interrupting terribly.
Since I am not into football, I helped in watching the kids by taking them away from the living room. I did drag ;-) them to the in-laws bedroom, turned the tv on and put the two of them in the bed. Good thing that the bed is kinda high, scared them to get down.
Come Saturday, we'll be riding again to the inlaws to watch LSU tigers play football. I am crossing my fingers on the toddlers behavior on that day.