It’s final her 2nd birthday would be in KFC…


Every day Ate princess would approach Momsy and ask if she could kiss Sean and the funny thing is that she’ll readily cross her arms, as told by her uncle, so as not to crush Sean or worst do some hideous acts to her baby brother.

She’ll kiss first on Sean’s face, which resulted to lots of rashes on both cheeks then down to his brother’s arms and plant tiny kisses with loud sound on the legs.

What a wonderful sight of my adorable kids, older sibling wants to take care of her little brother but there are also times when she is attacked by jealousy and the very good and responsible “ate? would aimingly hurl her toys or worst box or pull the leg or arm of the new baby. That’s the time that the tamed sheep would change to a fierce cub!

She has changed! One incident, she hurt Sean again and her Dad and I got angry with her, we told her that she should not do bad things to little brother. What she did, she batted her eyelashes and turned her back against us and walked away heading to the door while staring with a tiger look on us, and we were shouting at her coz she’s near to bump her face on the wall! What a knee-high Neanderthal she is!

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Happy 23 Months our dear Princess!!!

We love you Sweetie!


Being the center or the focal point of our daily lives for 22 months, and as the new baby brother came to the scene it’s quite a new scenario to her even though we prepared her mentally and emotionally for the coming of her beloved brother.

At the onset of my conception of Sean, we kept on telling her and familiarizing that soon she would be a bigger sister (or an “ate?) and surely everything goes on her head as she ‘s a quick learner but still she can’t keep to herself the feeling of jealousy every time she sees me or her father carrying Sean.

I know this is normal but surely, we want to keep baby Sean from flying objects as the bigger sister would annoyingly hurl her toys or books towards the new born baby. As much as possible whenever Sean is sleeping peacefully or just gleefully stretching and smiling adorably in his crib, we make it a point to give our undivided attention to our loving daughter.

Most of the time (as for the moment that Sean is still very small and needs a lot of my time and attention, of course, breastfeeding is one reason), she’s with her Dad and uncle or with the nanny but I make it a point that we have also mommy and daughter time spent together.

Giving more attention and love to her is an assurance that still she’s our princess, even though she’s making moves that would really make your head spin…

Activities such as reading books with her, coloring her special notebook, scribbling, singing nursery songs and playing inside her tent house gives her relief from the special attention she wants to have always.

We love you very much our dearest ate Princess…

Talking the Toddler-ease way to Princess is only applicable whenever she is in her tantrumland.

And if she’s in her calm self you can talk to her the normal way, but if she’s having some bad day (which only occur if she lacks sleep, deprived of some chocolates and sweets—coz we don’t want her to be addicted to sweets, or if momsy or dada do not want to give in to what she wants, yes…she’s a demanding toddler!) the following course of action should take place: a.) Talk to her in short phrases b.) Talk to her in a low tone c.)Repeat what she wants to convey in that way she’s assured that you really listened and understand her d.)Use a facial expression and body language that shows that you care and respect her.

Shouting back at her would do no good and bears only more defiance in her part. She’s a tough kiddo and it will only make her tougher.

Just this morning I told Andrea that I want to change the bed covers as well as the pillow cases ( we do this every week) and as quickly as she could, she lifted all the pillows down to the mattress on the floor and took the bed cover from the bed. She’s onto her being a responsible toddler again, always helping momsy in every ways. Five stars for you li’l sweetie! A kiss and a big, big hug :)