Prior to our family outing last March 30-31, I thought of not letting the chance pass to take pictures of my adorable nephews since our family rarely gets together these days. My X10 digicam is still being repaired (it’s been with the supplier for over a month now!) so I had to bring my dslr which I really don’t like doing because it’s too bulky. But I’m glad I did because my brother and I were able to take these nice shots of the babies during our recent trip to Little Bridge Resort in Taal, Batangas.
Now at 1 year & 6 months, Leeland can say some simple words to tell us what he wants. I particularly love how clear and cute he says the word “apple” hehehe. I gave him a set of flash cards last Christmas and he already knows them all now! What a smart kid!
I haven’t seen Leeland in two months because their family is now residing in Batangas so I was a bit worried that he won’t recognize me anymore. But he did and he gave me a big hug upon seeing me! I miss him so much it makes me sad that I’m not able to visit him as often as last year.
My other nephew, Uno, is just sooo cuuute! I can’t help giggling whenever I play with him, and I can’t stop pinching his cheeks and arms and legs and everything! It is so easy to make him laugh, but maybe it’s because he’s at the age (almost 5 months) where he finds everything amusing? Hehehe. He loves watching nursery rhymes and cartoons on the iPad and BabyTV/Disney Junior channels so you can actually leave him for a few minutes (okay, seconds) and still find him glued to what he’s watching when you come back.
Baby Uno was unfortunately born with G6PD deficiency so we’re always extra careful with him, with what everyone around him eats, or what his environment is. But as his doctor says, babies/kids with this case are still able to lead normal lives so we’re not too worried about him. Plus, he is just too happy a baby that we know he’s just going to be alright!
This cute chinita is Akisha, Leeland’s cousin on his mommy’s side of the family.
Tita-nephew love! I’m excited for my forthcoming niece to join in the fun!
Before the wedding day of Deej’s uncle last April 4, I overheard their family talking about not hiring a professional photographer anymore to cut down the wedding expenses. So on the day of the wedding, I made sure I brought my camera with me in case they needed a spare one. True enough, the battery of the only camera they were using died just before the ceremony started so I volunteered to take pictures of the whole event. Hehe, bibong-bibo lang! I’m no expert obviously, but I had fun experimenting and pretending I knew what I was doing to make the guests think I was THE official wedding photographer, hehehe. I swear I tried not to say “O, wacky naman!” (because I really hate that haha) but the videographer they hired did it on my behalf so sige na nga lang. LOL.
In fairview, they were happy with the results of the pictures. But at zero cost they really can’t complain :))
Cheers to the newlyweds! :)