My Daughter’s Composition

Below is my eldest child’s write up. She was doing this while waiting for our turn during my 4th’s child visit to the doctor last Monday. My daughter is 10 years old. The write up is not perfect but still I am amazed that she can compose such. I discovered this composition while I was trying to close the open…

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Parenting, Toddlerhood

Developmental Delays

My son is almost 32 months now but could not still speak properly. It is the same child who did not start walking until he was 17 months old which is already outside the normal range for walking. We have started noticing his speech / language delay when we learned that his cousin who is a month younger to him…

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It’s the first time in forever

that my son sleeps early. Yehey! This means that no crying time this night and more time to work. This is the first time since I gave birth to my fourth child.┬áThank you Lord for an easy night ­čśë Would it be too much if I’ll hope to have this kind of evening everyday? #motherhood

Back to School Project

Back – To – School Project

Wondering if I launched this project this year? If you are a loyal supporter of this project, you may be wondering why I haven’t contacted you yet for the pledge. I’m not so active to raise fund this year. I asked only two friends if they┬ácan donate some funds for the project and another close friend contacted that she would…

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Knowledge Based

Restoring Windows Graphical User Interface After Removing the .NET Framwork from Features

If┬áyou are like me who do not know that Removing .NET framework will also remove the Windows Graphical User Interface, then this article is for you. I hope it helps you and saves you from insanity. Once a blank screen with command prompt appear, DO NOT EXIT THE COMMAND PROMPT. Type┬áDISM.exe /online /enable-feature /all /featurename:NetFx4┬áthen hit the enter key Type┬áDISM.exe…

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