After a series of "what if's" my husband finally decided that it will be good for me and the baby inside me to stay in Manila until I give birth because of radiation fears brought about by Japan to Korea. We have decided to be on the safer side but our decision was not that easy. It will be the first time that my husband and I will be spending days, weeks, and even months away from each other and the scene that we have created in Incheon airport the day little Zach and I departed Korea was very similar to a tear-jerking Korean drama or movie. Tears were overflowing at the airport even if we knew that we can still see each other in a month or during the holidays. I have never seen my husband cry that much and I know why......we started in a long distance relationship and at that time we promised each other that we'll never be apart after we got married. True enough, we kept that promise....but we had to break that promise for the sake of little Zach and for the sake of the baby inside me. It's almost been a month since I left Korea and we've managed to deal with the sadness with the miracle of SKYPE. We may talk to each other everyday but nothing beats being together right? Whew~ it's going to be a long time away from each other but 1 month down and we still have around 8 months left. We just hope we can survive with flying colors.
Anyway, the strange thing is...while I was in Korea I was battling an extreme case of morning sickness...but the very day I arrived in the Philippines my morning sickness suddenly decided to HIBERNATE....hahahaha. Although I still throw up from time to time (from a 24-hour battle with morning sickenss nowadays I just throw up maybe once/twice a week...or only when I ate something that baby HATES...like sweets, oily food, any food with a trace of sourness in it, and anything with tomato sauce in it...kkkk) but it's a 180 degress turn with what I was dealing with while I was in Korea. I guess the baby wanted Pinoy food...kkkkk.
Hmmm....what else can I say?It feels good to be back home but I also left my dear hubby in Korea....I may laugh with my family and enjoy my time in the Philippines from time to time but my heart also longs for my husband. How I wish 2 weeks will pass by in a flash so I could spend 2 precious days with my husband in the Philippines.