Thursday, December 15, 2011

Thank God it's Negative.

Since Nathan was born, the only trip to the pedia is his monthly vaccinations and other minor concerns, nothing with regards to a virus or bacteria. Nathan's never been sick, well, except for the few times he got colds, which lasted a day lang for him.

Anyway, this afternoon, we brought Nathan to his pedia coz his stool has been watery for days in a row. We had two suspects: his marie biscuits and the 'boiled water' we used to prepare his milk since we ran out of his Wilkins water. Tita Doc asked us to do a fecalysis for Nathan so she would know if there's any bacteria and pinpoint the reason of the watery feces. I swear, it was so watery you could mistake it for weewee.

Ang hirap pala kunan ng stool sample ang baby! The nurse placed a weebag on his butt to 'catch' the poop but it failed. So we had to wait for Nathan to poop again and this time, we didn't put a diaper on him, talagang bantay sarado ang pwet ni Nathan! Hehe!

I'm so glad that when the results came out, everything was negative. No blood, no parasites, no bacteria. Nathan's poop -- despite the consistency -- was normal. Tita Doc gave him some medicines still, to be on the safe side.

I'm just so glad he's okay.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Super Dudad

Bob is the most humble person I know on earth. Never the type to brag about his accomplishments even when his friends (the conceited ones) are going non-stop in brag galore. I swear, my ears bleed when I hear them yak about what they do.

So, in the end, I'm the one bragging about him, and why not? I'm so much of a proud wife and I'm just giving him the recognition he deserves. :p

Like when he designs something, he'll just do his usual stuff, and then when I glance at his computer and see what company he's designing for, I'm usually "WHAT THE?? You're designing their website???" and Bob would look at me strangely and say, "Yes. Why?" like it's nothing special.

He's done websites for US Politicians, Iphone App designs, now even android. He designs websites of government offices, Billboards of companies, bus designs and so many more. To him, it's all the same -- doing what he loves most, designing.


Friday, December 9, 2011

Think before you post.

There was a time when I hated logging into Facebook because my friends kept re-posting a disturbing picture of a child, a lady or something really "off" in my point of view. The contents may be something useful, but the pictures, Oh God. I wanted to tell them that there are things you can never 'unsee'.

Lately though, it's not just about the pictures anymore. There are false information being passed on from a Facebook friend to another, and it keeps reappearing in my news feed. It's about a girl who passed away because she ate shrimps after taking Vitamin C which resulted to internal bleeding and died immediately after.

With all the 'facts' presented on the photo caption, one would easily believe it. But one quick search on google gave me these:

To date, it shows that more than 19,000 people have liked the post and it has been shared more than 75,000 times.

Let's just be more careful in sharing stuff like these on the net.