My youngest is officially entered First Grade this school year. Though I am quite emotional during day 1 (even until today) because he is attending school in my hometown. We had a deal – that he will be staying with my folks back home for a year. Oh boy, I terribly miss him.By the way, he is enjoying there in his BIG school, my Alma Mater Irosin Central School.
Here are some latest photos of my school boy taken in front of my Mama’s house. 🙂
My little man’s first ever summer bonding with his grandma and cousins is nearly over. He’ll be coming home on Sunday. I miss him so much. We need to catch up as soon as they arrive.
this photo was taken during one of our Nueva Ecija trips.
See you soon baby. Be a good boy always!
As I’ve mentioned in my previous blog post, we joined the Expo Kid 3
, a one-day event organized by Mommy Mundo
, a website/online directory for moms. Thea had a blast at the event. She tried almost every activities around the area. She tried fencing at Sworsplay
, and wall climbing courtesy of Camp Explore
, played football
at J&J Presko Play, attended an art class
, and most of all sung her favorite song
“Love Story” by Taylor Swift in front of the teacher-owner of Stardev Music Studio
that hones talented children to become stage performers. The event helped us decide on what to do this summer. I am definitely enrolling her to a Voice Lesson, yay! I am so excited playing the role of a stage mom especially during her final stage performance come the month of May.
The event was also one of baby Yohan’s “firsts” – malling with Mama and Ate…We are expecting more “lakwatsa” when Papa come home 11 months from now.
The following photos explain it all…
On the way to Rockwell Tent with Ate Rosefer.
Her smile is priceless!
She also tried Hula Hoop! 😀
His smile is priceless, too!!!
Thank to so much Mommy Mundo and all the advertisers and exhibitors.
It’s amazing! Little Yohan is starting to achieve his first big developmental milestone. This morning, we discovered that he can already roll over. As parents, we are happy to see him grow and develop quite faster that other children. However, he also needs more attention because we’re afraid that he might be suffocated since his neck is not strong yet. We documented it by taking a short video clip of him rolling over but I can’t post it coz my internet connection’s wonky right now.
I’ve read that babies may be able to kick himself over, from his tummy to his back, as early as age 2-3 months – Yohan is 2 months old. It may take him until he’s about 5 or 6 months to flip from back to front, though, because he needs stronger neck and arm mucles to do that.