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Few days left before my expected due date to deliver my baby boy. Everything's set and ready - from clothes to essential items and documents needed whenever signs started showing. I'm both nervous and excited at the same time! 💕 I really can't wait for this big day to come.
While waiting for my delivery date, I'm keeping myself quite busy at home by making tiktok videos, checking my students' progress through our e-learning system and my most favorite activity - taking care of my baby plants.
I just started this hobby for about a couple of weeks ago since I'm also busy with other stuffs months ago. This hobby ignited when I my younger sister bought 6 small pots of cacti and succulents for my mom as a present. I find them really cute so I also bought mine. From then, I started collecting plants through barter (exchanging items without money involved) or gifts from my friends.
Just looking and talking to my plants complete my day (though they never talked back, and I hope they'll stay like that forever cos it'll be really scary if they started talking back LOL)
I wanted to share some of my home plants, which I replanted myself whenever I feel like I have the energy to do so because lately I always felt exhausted 😪 Plus I'm gaining weight a lot more faster. It's really hard to move around freely. 😭
So, here are some of my babies...
This is my very first plant, the pot I used is an old coffee mug. 😍🌵 My husband poked a hole at the bottom of this mug by submerging it in a basin full of water with pieces of clothes beneath. He saw this "hack" in YouTube so he applied it and voila! It worked. ☺
Here's another one I'm keeping inside my room 💕 I don't know the name of this plant. I just got it from our school garden last time when we were taking a little walk around. It resembles the spider plant but I'm really not sure if this one's on the same family. If you know this plant's name kindly share it with me and identify it in the comment section below. Thank you ♥
This one's my Angelina Sedum plant, my mom brought it when she came back from a seminar couple of weeks ago. It's just a so small back then but it grew a lot to this now.
This pot is a DIY made by my husband out of cement 🤣 it's so cute! 😊most of my pots were DIY.
Next one's my baby Alocasia Reginula, a new leaf is about to pop! A friend just brought a small sprout and gave it to me. The pot's also a DIY I got from my aunt 😊
Here's another alocasia, but I forgot its variety name. 😊 Kindly share the name of this plant if you know it ♥ Thanks
These are also DIY I made out of disposable cups. I painted them and drawn cute face then hung it near my windows 😊😊 I forgot the name of these plants. My mom also brought this one together with my sedum plant.
This one's I got from my best friend's mom when we visited their home last month. I also don't know its name but it's so cute! The tip of the new leaves have white spots that look like bougainvillea flowers. 😍🌼
Here are also some of my other plant babies. Just taking care of them eases my stress and pain during this crucial period of my pregnancy 🥰 They're all lovely.
I also have some Coleus/Mayana plant. Aside from their beautiful leaves and vibrant colors, they are also known to possess medicinal/herbal benefits. 🍂
Next time, I'll be sharing my other plants including Aglonaema, Philodendrons, Alocasia, etc. 🥰🌿
I'm just a new plant-mom so I'll really, really appreciate any tips on how to take good care of these precious baby plants 🥰