Five touching motherhood experiences Helga Krapf shared

Five touching motherhood experiences Helga Krapf shared

By Kristelle Bechayda

One of the hardest things while being in the entertainment industry if you are a parent is balancing your time between the hectic work schedule and your child. Shooting a project will often take you away for a few days but Filipino-German actress Helga Krapf manages to work around her schedule to spend more time with her three-year-old daughter Amelie. Here are some instances that show just how amazing this mom is:

She takes care of Amelia even if she’s not feeling well.

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I have been going through a lot lately which explains why I barely posted here the past week and why I would also like to ask for a little prayer for both me and Amelie. She’s sick and has no one to take care of her but yours truly who’s also fighting sore throat and colds right now, not to mention I haven’t fully recovered from my recent food poisoning stint. See thats the thing about me, whenever Amelie gets sick, I’ll surely get sick too since I have so much on my mind that I forget to be careful not to get sick as well. But honestly, its hard for me to deny her my hugs and kisses when I know this will somehow make her feel better whenever she’s feeling under the Weather. 😷 I’m trying to take care of her the best way I can but I feel really weak myself right now and only managed to cook up some instant noodle soup earlier. Hay. 😩 I gotta work tomorrow so I pray for a full recovery for the both of us, and if you can kindly sneak in a little prayer for healing, strength, courage and safety for the two of us we’ll be very thankful. Sharing with you a simple photo of me and my whole World and strength in my arms. ❤️🌎 I’ll be back to regular programming real soon. 💪🏻🙏🏼😘 #RaisingAmelie #MomAndMe #MyForever #GodsGift

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On her latest Instagram post, the actress shared how she was managing in taking care of a sick Amelia while she herself is dealing with cold and sore throat too. “But honestly, it’s hard for me to deny her my hugs and kisses when I know this will somehow make her feel better whenever she’s feeling under the weather.” she wrote.

Everyday is “Appreciating Amelia” day.

There is nothing more endearing than this hands-on mom dedicating a sweet message for her daughter as if it was her birthday. “Forever grateful for having this girl in my life, life may not be perfect nor easy but as long as I have you it will always be worth all the hardships not to mention craziness. My Sunshine and Rock. Mama will always be here for you no matter what.” Helga shared.

She’s raising her daughter well.

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Had to go around town with puffy eyes yesterday because this little girl made me cry buckets the other night, 20lbs of concealer couldn't fix it. 😢 AMELIE: Mommy look! "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, AMEN." See, I can pray na. ME: Oh good job, what do you want to tell Papa Jesus? AMELIE: I want to tell him to bring Opa back home na. ME: *ugly crying* 😢😢😢 AMELIE: Its okay Mommy, don't cry (wipes my tears with her shirt) Opa will come home to you na! Don't cry na! 😭😭😭😭😭😭 For a split second I actually believed that what she was saying is something that can happen, its like seeing my inner three year old self in her, believing in the impossible. But then, when you're all grown up, your heart and mind isn't as innocent and simple as that of a three year old. ❤️ I'm just happy that Amelie is growing up with emphaty and is sensitive towards my heartache, and that the Love my Dad left in my heart has always been overflowing to the point that I was able to share it with his granddaughter. 👴👧 Papa, I hope you're happy and proud seeing her remember you this way and loving you as much as I love you. Please always watch over us. 💔❤️ #RaisingAmelie #FräuleinAmelie #LittleMiss #MyFathersDaughter #DaddysGirl #ForMyPapa Don't forget to visit your dearly departed this coming All Souls Day. 🙏

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Helga’s mini-me made her cry, but for a good reason. Apparently, the actress was touched by what Amelie said when she asked what her daughter had prayed for. “ I want to tell him to bring Opa back home na.” Her daughter is referring to Helga’s German dad, who passed away in 2016.

“I’m just happy that Amelie is growing up with empathy and is sensitive towards my heartache, and that the Love my Dad left in my heart has always been overflowing to the point that I was able to share it with his granddaughter.” she said in her caption.

She takes note of things.

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*WARNING LONG MOMMA POST* Ballet? Gymnastics? Or Hiphop? Either way I think I really need to enroll her in a "physical activity" class soon. 😂😂😂 Just thought of sharing my recent horrifying FIRST TIME with her: Just a few days ago she had a sudden fever, sudden because she had no other symptoms plus she was so active, so when I touched her I thought "medyo may sinat yata" only to find out she was already at 39.5°. I panicked even more when she started saying "Mommy, Opa (my Dad) is waiting for me already, because he misses me, he's there waiting for me outside." I had tears in my eyes while I was giving her some paracetamol and wiped her with a wet towel to bring her temp down. I was so scared and didn't know what to do or who to call, it was just the two of us at home and her Dad was in surgery. That night she had a fever of 39.9° so I didn't sleep to watch her and take her temp every 30 min. ( sobrang takot ko mag diliryo siya ulit) 😭😭😭 Ngayon ko lang naiintindihan why my Dad always told me the story of when I was 50/50 as a child because of a serious lung infection and how he wouldn't sleep at night for more than 2 weeks just to watch me. Yung worry and takot bilang magulang maiintindihan mo lang talaga pag may anak ka na. I was wishing sana ako nalang. I'm just happy she's her happy, silly and active self again now. 😊👧 Thank you God and thank you Papa for watching over her like you did to me when I was her age, now I know you're really always with us. ❤️ Thank you also @colleen_noelle for calling me right away and for always being that non-judgmental calm and cool momma/doctor friend. 💆 #MomLife #FräuleinAmelie #LittleMiss #RaisingAmelie

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After Amelia had a 39.9° fever, Helga immediately thought of physical activities to enroll her daughter in. The experience scared the actress, especially when her daughter started saying that her grandfather was waiting for her.

Yung worry and takot bilang magulang maiintindihan mo lang talaga pag may anak ka na. I was wishing sana ako nalang. I’m just happy she’s her happy, silly and active self again now.” she shared.

She tackles motherhood head-on.

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When you realize parenting is not just a sweet Carousel ride. Not even a simple Rollercoaster can define the ups and downs, left and rights and all the merry-go-rounds of raising little humans…its a whole Carnival with a complimentary ticket to the Circus. But thats what makes parenting so special, its one whole day of fun, fear, excitement, games, boo-boos, running and chasing to the point of exhaustion but still having such a good time, and the best part is, you get to do it all over again the next day. Becoming a mother is a dream come true for me, but never have I thought its going to be this awesome. Best and craziest ride of my life. ❤️🎠🎡🎢🎪🎭 #EmoPost #BecauseImSickAndExhaustedButStillHappy #ShouldveSavedThisForMothersDay #PositivityIsLife #MomLife #MommyProblems #MomAndMe #Parenting #Parenting101 #LittleMiss #FräuleinAmelie #Carousel #Montemarte #StalkingAmelié #AmeliéPoulain

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Being a mother has never been easy, especially if it’s your first time to go through the whole experience. Despite the ups and downs, Helga finds motherhood to be a “dream come true” and even calls it the “best and craziest ride” of her life.

You’re doing great, mommy Helga!

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