As a new mother, I didn’t know if labeling my son was the right thing to do. I had no idea how to go about this. People had their options on this. Some say you are too worried, he will grow out of it. Others are pressuring me to see a doctor right away. I… Continue reading Thinking about Labeling your Child…
As working mothers, we want to do it all. Cook, clean, care for our children and manage the household on top of building our career. We want to be the best wife, mother, and also the best employee at work. This is a natural behavior inside of us as woman. Some like me who are… Continue reading Tips for Working Mothers
Growing up, I hated cooking Hmong food. All the preparation that goes into a dish can take hours before actually cooking the dish. It wasn't worth my time! Learning how to cook Hmong food wasn't time efficient. So you are probably wondering why I’ve started to blog about Hmong food? Well to be honest, because… Continue reading Why I Blog about Food?
This weekend I notice my oldest showing signs of the FLU, I went on a rage to disinfect in hope to prevent it from getting worst and or even spreading within the household. To be honestly, I fear missing work and falling behind. As the breadwinner, I feel responsible to work. Too often working mothers… Continue reading The Working Mom Guilt of a Sick Child
This is a common question married couples often ask themselves; if they are ready to start a family. My husband and I was married to my for a few years before we decided. I had recently graduated college and I was in prime of my career. Because I didn’t have children, I had the flexibility… Continue reading 5 Signs you are Ready for a Baby
People end up living with their in-laws for a different reasons. Whether its financial issues or someone is sick and requires special care or your culture requires that you live together. In my case it was a cultural and financial reasons. I struggled the most the first year as I never knew what to expect.… Continue reading Advice on Living with your In-laws