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On Being a Full-time Nanay Abroad

About STRINGMOM

i'm just a mom who wants to read and write...writing has been a part of me, just like music...it completes my life aside from my family. Reading and Writing blogs are just few of the things I've been doing when I'm not busy with my kids :)

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  • Leilani0731

    I love your article. It’s written from the heart and almost all moms, even those who are working and not abroad can relate… because we all love doing big and small sacrifices for our family 🙂

  • joyabee

    From a one who personally knew the author, I know its a big sacrifice for her to give up “independence” when they left general santos city. But looking at how fulfilled you’ve become seeing your kids grow, and being with them personally every step of their journey, I know u’ve never regretted ur decision. =) Ds one is reli a nice one, cye. Keep on writing and inspiring all mothers out ther.

  • Outstanding post. You hit the very heart of a Pinay stay-at-home mom abroad. We should all be the first cheerleaders of our hardwork as parents. The Internet definitely helps bridge the thousand miles distance from our other ‘family’ back home. Keep on writing, you have a gift with words. I look forward to more of your articles.

    • STRINGMOM

      tnx mornign artist…just get back in writing blog ( got busy with my kiddos ), was just bored one day and happened to see DF blog page so i tried 🙂

  • sportylorrie

    I really admire your courage for making that decision. I am also a Filipino living abroad and I know how hard it is. I agree that the Internet really helps alot in keeping in touch with family and friends and with finding out what else is happening in the Phils. Thank you for sharing your story and I hope you continue to have strength.

    • STRINGMOM

      thank you also for reading this 🙂

  • Nakarelate ako. 🙂 Being a mom in different country is really hard, but it’s pretty exciting. Pero mas mahirap maging working mom pag nasa abroad ka… lalo pa kung wala matino mag aalaga ng anak mo, (talking about the locals) mahirap ipagkatiwala ng basta basta. May mga bagay na dapat mo bilhin para sa pamilya mo na hindi available sa bansa kung asan ka man, lalo na ang mga gamot. Konting tyaga lang, atleast buo pamilya mo dba? 🙂

    • STRINGMOM

      Ya..right that’s why i stopped working also..i tried working here for a year but wawa kids talaga especially graders pa…thank you for reading 🙂