Friday, April 29, 2011

Everyday's a Holiday with You (4th ed.)

Hello Republic! I'm so happy to be home. I have a few stories lined up for the blog, I just hope I find the time to actually write about them.

Anyway, yesterday I got off "school" to find a little boy holding a rose for me inside the car. I wasn't able to take a photo there, but I did take his picture when we were at the mall -

That was because yesterday marked the 4th year anniversary of our wedding. As in last year, we chose to celebrate the occasion by spending time with our little trooper. We had pizza and buffalo wings, and craned our necks trying to figure out which artista was at Eastwood filming last night. (I saw Empong (?). So it must have been TV5!).

I enjoyed our anniversary, even though it was as simple as most weekends spent with my family at the mall. I realize I would have enjoyed our anniversary had we spent it watching TV at home, so long as I'm with the husband and pogiboy. Yikee.

I will end this post by sharing some pictures from our wedding four years ago. You notice in most of the pictures, Pao is crying while I'm laughing my heart out. I hope that's not a sign of how we actually felt about getting married. I'd like to think Pao is just so happy that he's marrying me - his happiness overflowed into... tears of joy! Heehee

Pao: "Sa caterer, sana payagan niyo kaming magbayad ng hulugan."

Friday, April 15, 2011

Let me explain

It's been quiet in the blog because I've been busy exploring these places -

French Quarter - New Orleans, Louisiana

Downtown - Little Rock, Arkansas
(I know, I know. Not my most creative pose. Mukha akong magpapa 2x2 picture actually. Waha)
I'm still just halfway through my trip and I expect to come across a lot more interesting things. Will tell stories when I get back. In the meantime, here's wishing you folks enjoy your weekend. See y'all in a bit!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Go ahead jump

Although Malik has had his head shaved, we still have some videos of him when he had hair that are just too good to pass up on. This video for example, is of Malik (thinking that he's) jumping. As you can see,  he's actually just leaning backwards and grunting. Heehee

Friday, April 1, 2011


Oh my. I'm sorry I haven't posted anything in a while. I've been busy doing such and such. I can't promise to blog more often this coming week, or for the next three weeks for that matter. I have, er, more urgent matters to attend to. But while I can (meaning, tonight) I'm  going to document something major, major that occurred a couple of weeks ago. 

Our friends know that in the morning of March 20, our little boy Malik looked like this -

Unbeknownst to Malachi, this was the last time in a long time that he would be able to look at himself in the mirror and see hair!
Siyempre ang mommy, magpicture-picture.
Siyempre and daddy, magvideo-video.
At around 5:00 p.m. of the same day, he looked like this -

Punk. The barbero did this without us asking. He suggested that we take a picture of Malik's mohawk just for kicks. Kewl.
Shortly after that, he was bokals -

Malik for the win...

Malik: "Teka, parang may naiba. "

I was particularly bent on having Malik's head shaved because he was born with thin hair. Pamahiin has it that a baby who has had his head shaved will most likely grow a thicker head of hair. I am hoping this pamahiin is true, even though I was bokals myself when I was a kid and that didn't do me any good.
Tadan! Me in my sando and high-waisted briefs.  :D
The effects of this head-shaving business have not been life-altering, by the way. It's just easier to give Malik a bath now because his head dries faster. Also, when Malik had emo hair, he enjoyed shaking his head "No" because his bangs brushed against his forehead. I don't know if he noticed that he couldn't do that anymore now. In fact, I'm not even sure if he's noticed that his hair is gone.

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