Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Luigi's 1st Day Out

For the very first time, we brought our little boy with us to the mall.

At almost 5 months, we decided it's time for him to "see the world". Actually, this already seems long over due. Given that Luigi was born a few weeks before the typhoon Ondoy occured and right before our car was severely damaged by it, we never really had the chance to go around the mall with him coz we didn't have a properly-working car. Before this day, he has only been out of the house for his routine check-up at the pedia's clinic and to go to Sunday mass with us (but that's only a few steps away from our home). But now, thanks to Lolo who temporarily lent us his other car, Dad said that little boy could already tag along now as we run some errands at the nearby mall. :-)

Anyway, here are some pics to remember "the" day.

I noticed that he likes looking around and staring at people. What could really be on his mind kaya?

Here is sleepy Luigi with his doting sister:

I'm sure we will be enjoying more fun times together at the mall when you're a little bigger honey.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Priceless Moment

Before I resume looking for nice rear spoilers for our red car that are available online and before this gets forgotten in my N73 photos folder, let me just share with you this priceless moment which we captured last December 31, 2009 (well, better late than never!).

This one's all about Luigi's very first time to roll over! *u* I'm so glad I was there to witness it.

Actually, it came unexpectedly. Luigi was just try to lie on his side that time.

Then suddenly....PLOOOOOP! There he was on his tummy!

Out of our excitement, after he successfully rolled-over, we hurriedly made his sit on his tush and let him and his Ate Zoe pose for a picture! (Notice how Zoe is all smiles for this wonderful feat!)

From Babycenter: Your 3-month-old: Week 4

A new talent for rolling over ~ When placed on her stomach, your baby will lift her head and shoulders high, using her arms for support. This mini push-up helps strengthen her muscles and gives her a better view of what's going on. She may even amaze you (and herself!) by rolling from her back to her front, or vice versa. You can encourage this skill through play: Wiggle a toy next to the side she customarily rolls to in case she's interested enough to try again. Applaud her efforts and smile. She may need your reassurance since her new skill can be frightening.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Happy Birthday Nanay

Every time February 1 falls, I can't help but feel emotional.

Nanay, happy birthday! I miss your company, your wisdom, your hugs, your sweet hellos, your caring nature.

I hope I make you proud.

I love you so very much.

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