Progressive Parenting

Progressive Parenting

Today, I woke up to a beautiful Thanksgiving Day morning! Our little T, who has been sick for a week now, is completely healed from what she was suffering! No more Tylenol dosage for her in the past 24 hours! Yes, that is absolutely a big thing! Although there will not be any Thanksgiving Feast on my dining table as a typical meal is what I can afford for being so stressed and tired these past few days, still, we have thankful hearts that rejoice in everything that we have– big or small.

I am thankful most specially for my family– my wonderful husband and two daughters. With them, my life is full of inspiration and motivation to do good and better each and every day.

And then, I am thankful for this year’s blessings to my family; our new home that we can really call our own. Yes, there are bigger responsibilities for us monthly but God is faithful to keep us healthy and safe as we work daily and serve Him.

I am thankful for the foods on my table. We don’t have a lot but we have enough healthy ones to feed us.

I am thankful for my family afar. They continue to keep me grounded and do my duty to help and reach out.

I am thankful for my friends. They make life more fun and amazing!

I am thankful for the gift of life. It is one elusive thing for many people in the war zones and in the Ebola-infected nations.

For all the many things I am blessed with, my heart is filled with thanksgiving. Thank you, God, for the provision!

May your Thanksgiving Day be filled not with whines and complaints but with thankful hearts and lips! Enjoy!

If you live in America, Happy Thanksgiving Day to you!

If you live anywhere else in the world, please remember: giving thanks for people in America doesn’t only happen during Thanksgiving Day. It’s just that for Americans, this day is very special in their lives. There is a significant meaning as to why they have this family holiday is celebrated. If you want to dig in, you can read some facts here.

Meanwhile, as my fifth post for the series, redundant I may sound if I say I am so thankful for every blessing in my life– big and small. And every trials, too, because they’re a part of my growth, this time, God has blessed me with an even more special things that I dare not miss mentioning.

First off, my little daughter Tiara is officially 16 months old today. Yep, she is a 28th of the month baby. So today, Thanksgiving means a lot because we celebrate her birth date. Like how her big sister describes her in this post, this little joyful soul of ours makes our day even more beautiful. With her presence in our lives, it is so much easier to smile instead of frown, to rejoice instead of sulking ourselves in one corner, and to be more patient in everything. Thank God for the gift of life!

One second blessing that makes me feel so ecstatic today is God’s miraculous providence to myself: I got hired in a job that I applied to exactly a week ago today! Yep, after only 7 days, I received a mail last night informing me that the Web and Crowdsourcing Consultant position is being offered to me. I I was so overwhelmed when I read it last night that I found myself in tears a little bit. This will entail a new changes in my schedule once again and the time management project that has been roughly followed this past couple of weeks will be put to a test once again.

But, I am taking the challenge! When God provided these things to me, it only means that He knew I can do it! HAH! Good luck to me!

Today is indeed a very blessed day for us, especially for me. We were gonna celebrate today by dining out but to no avail! We roamed around town earlier but found no dining place that’s opened. So, I just went to one of my favorite stores with fresh deli/food sections and ordered some yummies there. With fried chicken, Triz still exclaimed this is her best Thanksgiving Day, ever! And yes, she does say that every year!


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