Lea Bustamante (Vilma Santos) a volunteer for a human rights organization is a non-conformist woman who shuns the stereotypes of the majority. She teaches her daughter Maya (Serena Dalrymple) to recite an unconventional and witty poem about human conception in her kindergarten graduation ceremony. This caused an argument between her and Maya’s father Ding (Albert Martinez), who is a weakling mama’s boy who feels compelled to always obey his mother’s commands. Yet everything in their life is going smoothly in her life she is living under the same roof with Ding together with her teenage son Ojie (Carlo Aquino), from her first husband Raffy (Ariel Rivera). But as her children are growing up she finds herself fighting for her right to take care of them as their fathers want to take them away from her. Raffy comes back to persuade Ojie to live with him in the states, while as her relationship with Ding gets complicated, Ding is insisting his right to take Maya with him. As Lea faces her fear of losing both of her children, she gets to spend more time for work and with the organization she is volunteering for. But being the non-conformist that she is, she gives her children the right to choose on who they want to grow up with.