Anti Aging Cream for the Mommy

I’m not getting any younger. At the age of 39, I’m a mother of 2 beautiful daughter. We all mommy feels the same at this point right? We’re getting older! I feel like my youth is starting to vanish and eventually, I’ll have wrinkly skin. The biggest fear of all right? I get that and I have confessing that to my old dear friends.

And as I was browsing the internet and found this Anti Aging Cream called Fyola. I was sold to the product’s promise of a natural beauty so I gave it a try and ordered it. I will update everyone how was the product. So far, I like it. It’s been 2 days since I  have been using it.

anti aging wrinkle cream

I was exceptionally feeling competitive about feeling and looking young since I most of the mommies in the school of my kids are very young looking. I got to admit, I wish I was in the school where not so many beautiful people live in. But what can I say? Our town is blessed with beautiful people. Not kidding though, I was very confident about my looks since I was a little since I know that I am indeed beautiful but seeing those mommies around, I feel like I am getting old and looking ugly. I know I’m not. I just feel like degrading myself so I can make an effort to be beautiful. My husband’s pretty normal about it, he told me to do what I want, but for him, I’m the most beautiful because I am the mother of his kids. Yeah right. It’s sweet but c’mon now. He should have said that I am beautiful because I am beautiful not because I am the mother bla bla, I told him that and he said I am too cute and whiny. I am cute and beautiful. I know that. I guess I am a little whiny too. But beautiful girls tend to be whiny. That’s a fact I think. :)




I just saw this!! This is so cute! The expression on the girl’s face is the best! She’s so brilliant.

But while watching the video, I was wondering if the kids still play and don’t allot all of their time to dancing. I hope the kid is doing this for fun and because she really wants to, not because she’s compelled by her parents. That’s why as much I love my kid to be this awesome, I don’t really impose and let her do what she wants. Right now she’s almost 8 and she’s just a normal kid who attends school and plays at home. I’m letting her do whatever she wants. Although she has somewhat has passion for drawing, maybe she can be a painter. Lol. But as I said, I don’t want to impose, so maybe I’ll enroll her to painting classes if she voluntarily asked me to. I’ll just support and won’t impose. I’m such a good parent. :)

Anyways, the kids seemed to enjoy what they are doing on stage, but we can never know what happens back stage.