Dear Dad, You may wish to pause on #throwingback. Today, I don’t like to chat with you. You have to understand I’m 3 years old now and as I always insist to mom, i’m a bigboy na. But then again, you’re so persistent. You have your ways. From showing me a bunch of surprise eggs … Continue reading
Dear dad, One day you will look back to this video and smile.
Dear Dad, I’m not gonna lie. I love the party you both threw for me. That was a blast! The pastor that dedicated me for the Lord is scary though. Is lifting me high and pass me around necessary? 🙂 These precious moments are quickly turning into memories. I am so happy that we create … Continue reading
Dear Dad, August 19, 2015. Mom told me you will arrive soon. Finally you’ll be able to come out from iPad! I have no word (literally) to express how I feel. I may look annoyed but deep in my heart I’m bursting with excitement! I’m so happy to finally see you! How do you look … Continue reading
Dear dad, It’s an old cliche’ (call it superstition) that a child will inherit an attitude of whoever first put a food in his/her mouth. Guess what, mom did. #burn! It felt awkward at first, since I’m used in sucking milk. But being a quick learner as my mom (refer to first paragraph dad, it … Continue reading
Dear dad, I woke up this morning with an urge to talk. Sounds are mumbling as I try to utter words only me can understand. Mom is also in a mood to chat. I stare at her as she keeps on talking, interacting with me. Every make-face brings smile in her face. Little did she knew that I’m trying … Continue reading
Dear dad, I’m getting curious of the face. Mom keeps smiling at me. Sometimes I thought I smiled back, If I had, I don’t know. I am fascinated with mom’s face. Such lovely smile; such tired, sleepless eyes; I love to touch it.. and slap in the process 🙂 (sorry, mom I can’t control my … Continue reading
Dear dad, As you know, I learned how to make ‘dapa.’ As I just can’t get enough, I just learned new skill today. I can crawl! As awkward as it looks like, I crawl by pushing myself head-on – literally. I push my head forward, followed by my hands and feet. Mom will show you … Continue reading
Dear dad, Remember this morning when you are chatting with mom? I almost able to roll over. Guess what, I just did! Uhm, so you want to go home on my 1st birthday i’ve heard. I’m looking forward on seeing you in person, my virtual dad. Way to go 🙂
Dear dad, What started as faint cry is now wild tantrums. I can hold my feeding bottle now. I can mumble few sylables. Why mom always want me to say ‘da-ddy’? All i can utter is ‘hum..hum’ 🙂 believe me, i tried.
Love is, i can say, Longing to go home, but stay, patiently wating. #haiku
“..bida ang saya.”