Back when I was pregnant with Ethan, I was constantly “googling” about what to expect during my pregnancy, childbirth, and of course, motherhood. Though I had a few friends at work who were more than happy to share their pregnancy and motherhood war stories with me, there were times when it felt awkward to talk about it around our other officemates. Admit it, mommies. When you were pregnant I’m sure that’s all you wanted to talk about, non-stop. Well, at least I did. Sure, reading articles on the web can prove to be informative, but nothing beats hearing first-hand opinions from actual moms.
What if I told you that there is now a social media site designed specifically for parents, especially moms like you and me?
Momble Philippines is the go-to website for Pinay moms, whether you’re a mom-to-be or a mother of three. Here at Momble Philippines you are sure to get relevant advice and information to anything from pregnancy to parenthood from fellow moms in the Philippines.
Signing up is only takes a few minutes! The website will only ask for minimal information which will never be shared to third party websites. Visit https://momble.me to register.
Once you register, you will be asked to confirm your email address and you’ll be good to go! You can complete some profile details so other moms can get to know you better.
WHAT CAN MOMBLE MOMS DO?
I think a more appropriate question is “what can’t you do”. Momble is more than a website – it’s a community. Here you can share tips, advice, photos and even recipes! Make new friends, reconnect with old ones – Momble is all about bringing mothers together. Let’s take a quick tour, shall we?
I was supposed to be off from work yesterday but I’ve decided to work twelve days straight since pay day is just around the corner. I know that it seems a bit extreme, but I love my job and I don’t mind putting in a few extra hours to help add to our savings. I was pretty tired today, but I decided to spend some time with Ethan. I figured he would appreciate being outside for a change, we’ve been cooped up in the house the whole week.
We don’t have a car so I couldn’t take him to a nearby mall, but my mom mentioned she was going to pick up some groceries at Rustan’s Evia, so I thought we could tag along and we could have coffee while Ethan ran around the mini (really mini) play area.
As soon as we arrived at Evia we accompanied our mom to Rustan’s and we were in and out within 15 minutes. After leaving the groceries in the car we headed to Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. We were hoping there would be new establishments in Evia by now but I guess most of them will not open till Christmas season. I really hope they build a cinema, so that my husband and I won’t have to go far to watch a movie! Not that Alabang Town Center is far, it’s just that sometimes we’re just too busy.. or lazy!
If your baby’s bottles were left unwashed and are now stinky,
add baking soda to your bottle cleaning routine!
Baking soda is known to get rid of odor, and it’s all natural too! You can fill the stinky bottles with a mixture of soap, water and baking soda, shake the bottle with the nipple and cap, then let it sit for a few minutes. In most cases, even a quick wash will do the trick!
Yesterday, my mom and I headed out to run some bank errands. When we passed Molito (Alabang) I noticed Mr. Park’s Bread and Cafe and remembered a Facebook friend raving about their bread. I made pa-rinig to my mom and said “Ano kaya meron sa Mr. Parks na yun”, trying to send a message that we check the place out. At first she didn’t seem to notice, haha! But on the way back home I was surprised that my mom took a turn and headed to Molito.. turns out she did want to check out Mr. Parks Bread and Cake!My mom and brothers bake, and I like to eat bread! (I’d love to learn but I don’t have my own oven) So we were curious about what Mr. Parks had to offer.
A few days ago, I received a sweet little package in the mail from Rebisco.
They sent me a box of Bibibons! This is the first time I’ve ever heard of the product so I was so excited to try it with Ethan (meaning I get to taste it too). We both love biscuits so I was pretty confident that he would end up liking it.