Momaye's Diary Turns 3

Thursday, October 23, 2014

I actually create this blog in 2010. My very first post was about the banner I made. Then the next post I made was in October 2011 and it's about Matthew Andrei, our precious little one

Since the first post I made was not really a post, I'll consider the post I made after a year the start of my blogging journey. So this month, Momaye's Diary turns 3.



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His First Singing Contest Performance

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


Matthew was chosen to represent their school to the APRISM Singing Contest (Pre-Elementary Level). The contest was held last October 9. So this is a super late post, hehe. But it's better late than never right? So let me share how that day went.

Since it's a regular work day, Daddy and I took a leave from work to witness Matthew Andrei's very best school competition. We went to the venue earlier so we can relax first. Yes, mas tensionado kami kaysa sa bulilit (we were more nervous than the little one). We were in full force to support our Matthew Andrei.


Our nervousness doubled when we entered the venue.


We picked up his number, which is 7, and he seated in front along with the other contestants. I was so nervous that I forgot to take photos of the other contestants. 


I was relaxed a little when the contest starts, and the little kids sang one by one. I actually thought Matthew will compete with amateur singing contestants, but I was wrong. Since it was Pre-Elem level, most of the contestants are small kids who can sing to a right tune but not necessarily can sing like Charice P. or Sarah G. Some are bulol pa so that made us feel a little comfortable (but still nervous!).

Anyway, when Matthew was called to go up stage, my heart was pounding so hard and loud that I can actually hear it, hehe. I fear that he will refuse to sing but when the song (Kung Hindi Ikaw) played, he sang...


If you notice in the first part, he sang ahead of the tune. Maybe he was nervous too because his voice was low and he just stand still. His behavior was the opposite when we were just practicing. He did good in the last part though and please don't mind the stage mother's voice on the back ground. Haha!

Surprisingly, he behaved well all throughout the contest. Before the announcement of winners, each was given a certificate of participation. And look at our little boy, he's back in his usual happy self. I wonder if he's nervous too during the competition, hehe.



He's so proud of his certificate. But he noticed it has no name so he asked his teacher why, haha.


His teacher said, they will write his name in school na lang.

Even though he didn't get any place, the fact that he carried his self well in front of many people is more than enough to make us proud. For a 4-year old to memorized an entire song and to sing in a right tune is already an achievement. So this is a call for a celebration right?


And a bonus picture with KathNiel.


Next year, he will join the contest again (as per his teachers). With that, we need start to practice him and I told Daddy we must buy him a microphone or a Magic Sing. We'll see...

The truth is we never expect him to have such talent. No one is a singer in the family. Also, joining such competition ise really stressful and requires time and resources. But if this will be the path he will choose in the future then we will support him all the way. Provided that his studies will not be compromised.

So that's it. Next time, I will share his dancing video naman during their school foundation day. I know this is just the beginning. Way to go for our little boy :)

Are you also a busy mom/dad attending your kids activities?
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Monday Inspiration: Don't Give Up!

Monday, October 20, 2014

Hello Monday!

How's your weekend? I hope you had s great one spent with your family. It's the start of another work week, and here's something to energize our soul.

the struggle youre in today 副本 Inspirational Quotes About Life And Struggles
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May we all have a fruitful, blessed week :)
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Cord Blood, A New Hope for Leukemia

Friday, October 17, 2014

Hello there everyone!

Hay so many things to do, so little time. I bet you always hear that! And that's always my everyday dilemma. We always start the day early, wake up early. Prepare for work and be away from home for like 12 hours a day.

I know I always say how hard it is being a working mom. And believe it, for 4 years I never get used to it. Haha! At first I thought, when Matthew grows up, I will have more time. But definitely I am wrong because Matthew now is a school boy. And of course I need to guide and teach him. So if I am Chemist at day time, I am a Mommy teacher at night naman

Teaching Matt will require me at least an hour every night. It also requires more patience as Matt always like to ask things. I am just glad he never complains when I tell him it's study time already. I never regret giving him my time because it always pay off. He gets high scores and high grades, and aside from that I can see he can easily understands his lessons. Speaking of lessons, I can't remember we already take those when I was in Kinder. He's just 4 now and I was 6 then, and he's already studying equal or not equal, greater than or less than, and so on.

So sorry for a long intro and it has nothing to do with what I want to share with you right now. Maybe you already heard about Cordlife? Let me share an article about how an umbilical cord blood stem cells can possibly cure Leukemia.
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A Week's Update

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Divine Mercy Church, Marilao Bulacan
Finally! I get a chance to make a post. Cliche it may be, I had a busy week. Let me just give you some updates through photo.

Sunday is always our Church day. We do our best to go to Church to thank God for all the blessings, and even trials that come our way. For I know, He will never give us something we cannot bear.

Aside from our work, crocheting keeps us busy. Again, my never ever thanks to God for giving us this skill and patience so we can have another source of income and to save too. Here are what we have done for the week.
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