Thursday, January 28, 2010

Anaya Norma Patrice Medina - My Little Princess



You might be wondering where in the world I got the name "Anaya Norma Patrice"? I know it's a long name and I hope my daughter forgive me when she grow up.... Lols! Ok, "Anaya" is a Hebrew Name which means "God's Will". My wife research it when a client in our internet shop asking for baby's name when she was pregnant. At first we intend to use "Anaiah" but worrying she might have trouble writing it down. So we stick to the original "Anaya" name.

Norma is my mother's name. I remembered my mother when the day I was thinking for a girls' name. I used Norma as her second part of her name to honor my late mother who died when I was at 7 years old. Although I can't remember her face because I lost her at my young age, I want to remember her name by passing it to my youngest daughter.

Well the last part was "Patrice", it came from my mother-in-law Patricia. We changed it to "Patrice" to make it sounds modern. "Anaya Norma Patricia" sounds a lil' retro that's why we came up with "Anaya Norma Patrice I. Medina" for the National Statistic Office records.


Anaya was born last January 6, 2010 at around 8:02pm at Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in Manila. I was very thankful that she was delivered (CS) healthy at 9.4lbs.
We spent 5 days in the hospital because she was observed in Nursery Intensive Care Unit (NICU). I was worried at first but our doctor, Dr. Ilim explained that it is the standard procedure of the hospital to observed babies over 9lbs for 2 days in the intensive care unit. We went home in the evening of January 10, 2010 exhausted but happy & excited because we have a new member in the family. Thank you Lord for giving me "Anaya"...

Question: "Who's Anaya's more look a like... Her Dad? or Her Mom?" ( I want an honest answer!)

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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Thank you for all the Blessing!

I know it's been more than a month from my previous post. I've been very busy with a lot of things specially with my fulltime job. As we all know my full time job is my bread and butter. It's what gives Thea and Summer milk to drink and my family food on top of the table.

Aside from that, I spend some quality time with my family last December 2009 and visited some relatives during the Holiday Seasons. Anyways, for me there's a lot of things to be thankful with 2009 let me start with:

My Family


I'm very thankful for my wife, Yeye, who's always there to inspire me. I love you sweetie!

I'm very thankful for my children Gelo, Thea, Summer, and Anaya. For I was able to celebrate their birthdays and able to enjoyed bonding with them though out the year of 2009. I'm so blessed for I have these healthy little sweet children who keeps me going and smiling on my dull moments.

I'm very happy I was able to see my brothers and sisters, nephew and niece, in-laws and my other relatives. I hope to see them again. I'll gonna miss you Sis. Miriam.

My Friends



I'm very grateful for knowing these new friends who's always spamming my blogs (I wish...), Lols! Zorlone, Jena Isles, Madz, Elmot, Roy, Jan, Ditesco, Holly, Gemma, Aswani, Beyonce (Oops) Heather! Novs, and the rest of the gang of P50. These are cool bloggers in the blogosphere.

I'm also very grateful with my offline friends who always there when I down (finacially and emotionally) hehehehe!

My Business, My Job and My Clients



I'm very grateful I was able to re-open my internet cafe. I'm very happy that I still have my clients and business 'til the end the year 2009. I'm also very happy and very grateful that I still have my fulltime job for the bonuses and 13th Month Pay. Hahahaha!

And the last but not the least, I'm very grateful to YOU! My Readers. Without you guys I won't be able to post this article. Thank you very much! I guess this is one way of counting my blessing. God Bless You All! What are the things you're thankful for? Share it!

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