Our Alyssa is now almost three. She is a little bit tall for her age so a lot of people think she is running four already. Yesterday when we took her to the park, there were two little girls her age playing by themselves on the swing and on the slide. Alyssa on the other hand was holding on tight to her Dad. She is an active girl but I just realized she is not as stable as those little girls. When she runs, sometimes it looks like she’s going to trip herself. And when she climbs up the stairs, I get so worried when she doesn’t hold on the rails. So when I was watching her at the park, I couldn’t help but blame myself for her being so reserved. Rright now, she seems very fearful and so I should start letting her do stuff without acting so nervous so she won’t get scared. That should help build up her self-confidence when trying on new activities…
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I am an Igorota now based in California. I was born and raised in a valley nestled between the pine-forest zones of Cordillera. I am proud of my unique culture and pristine traditions. My ethnicity differentiates me from others, it defines me in a way that no other words can. I take pride in my ancestors' heritage passed from one generation to another. I embrace the rich history that makes up my individuality and respect the land that cradles the place I forever will call home...
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