Everything Is Possible

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My eldest daughter is now becoming a young adult and I noticed some changes in her, she is more into music now, her clothes are more revealing and she is doing some color of her hair that made her hair got damaged but she just can’t stop it. I believe it is becoming a hobby already. She changed her hair color thrice in a year and I am sure it won’t do good for her. So I told her to try human wigs, she laughed at me at first. But when I showed her the african american wigs, she was so surprised how lively it all looks like, it is a human hair indeed! She was browsing in the internet and she was delighted that everything is possible nowadays, she can change her hairstyle and the color in an instant without anything harms to worry about. I know you must agree with me that changing hair color can bring severe damaged in the hair but with Divatress everything is possible.

From the day that she found out about the wigs, she won’t stop asking me for it but since it is the start of the class this month, I might have to set the idea aside. I have to prioritize kid’s school requirements; actually tomorrow we will start buying their school supplies. Good thing though I already bought a bag for my youngest daughter the other day. She can’t contain her happiness when she realized I will buy the bag for her right at that moment when she picked it up from the display. Tomorrow will be another day; I hope I can buy all of the requirement before the school starts this month.

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Stroller Bag Or Backpack?

I am contemplating of buying my youngest daughter a backpack or a stroller bag. I really thought to buy a stroller until I sent a message to my friend whose daughter is also studying at the new school. She said that when her daughter was in grade 5 last year they were not using a stroller bag anymore but a backpack. They felt awkward using stroller bag since they are already little teens and you see, my youngest daughter will be in Grade 5 this school year. Good thing, I did not buy yet when I went to the mall last week. I was actually, until now though contemplating whether to buy a stroller bag or a backpack. You see with her new school they should bring books everyday back and forth so to study in advance to cope up. They are actually strict with academics and grades so Faith needs to do her best. Everyday, ever since I enrolled her to the new school, I kept on talking to her that to do her best with her lessons for her not to be left behind. But anyway going back with stroller bag or backpack, I am still confused! Yeah, I am!  My friend told me that carrying backpacks caused his sister to have scoliosis. And I am afraid since my youngest daughter is very thin she might get that too. Oh God! I hope not! What do you think guys? Should I buy backpack or stroller bag.

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Tips To Relate Your Teenage Daughter

Middle school is such an interesting time and it can be pretty confusing for a young lady. As a parent, there are so many things you can do to be supportive, loving and attentive during these times when hormones are raging and emotions are flying. Consider these tips to relate to your teenage daughter in the midst of the middle school years.

1. Conversations
It’s important to make sure that you keep the channels of communication open between you and your daughter. If you don’t, you’ll struggle to maintain a relationship. During these next few years, your daughter will go through a lot of emotional and physical changes. The hormones are at an all-time high and you’ve got to remember that when you’re in communication with her. Always make sure to let your daughter know that she’s loved by you. Make sure that she understands that she can come to you with anything as well. It’s also wise to maintain a clear channel of communication open with her teachers. After all, her teachers will be spending a lot of time with her. Always check in as a concerned parent. Do your best to avoid being a helicopter parent. You never want to hover.

2. Accessories
During this time, most young girls are figuring out what they like. They’re starting to wear lipgloss and eyeshadow. They’re beginning to care a lot more about their appearance. For most people, middle school is the first time to experience the joys of having a locker. Consider purchasing a few locker lookz and accessories to celebrate all that comes with being a middle-school student.

3. Friendships
It’s a good idea to get to know your daughter’s friends. It’s so important to know your child’s influences and friends. Create a safe space for your daughter’s friends to get to know you and vice versa. Host a fun afternoon pizza party on the weekend and invite all of your daughter’s close friends. Don’t spend the entire time hanging out with them. You do want to give them a chance to connect with one another. However, it is important to be aware of the conversation and what they’re getting into.

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New School Again For Her

After thinking a million of times, after checking the pros and cons of either transferring my youngest or not, finally I came up already with a decision. You see, I’d been planning to transfer my youngest since last year, but was not able to do so. When I broke the news to Faith of her transferring to another school, she does not agree with me, she said she will miss her classmates and her teachers but after the moving up day, I was able to convince her to visit some schools, she was having doubts with the first and second option but when we went to SPC. She was amazed with the facilities, the CR and the whole area. She took an entrance exam right away. After the entrance exam we were told to come for an interview last Saturday, she was able to pass both. And today, I finally enrolled her! She said finally we were done all the three steps and we were able to do it smoothly.

I know there will be a lot of adjustment and I am scared and worried but I have faith on Faith. I know with all the backups and support coming from us. I know she can make it. She said though she can’t wait for the class to start. I may have to file a vacation leave on that day so I can go with her on the first day of class. I always thank her previous school Proverbville Christian School for nurturing Faith to become better, I owe you a lot.

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