We were supposed to leave Raviv at home. After all, it was a wedding. In my opinion, weddings are an adult affair. But because:
- My cousin included Raviv in the headcount;
- Mom said that my London-based cousin wanted to meet Raviv; and
- I am a super mom, so I will make sure my son won’t be a nuisance
- I decided to bring our little tike along with us. I debated with myself whether to bring Yaya Isay, yet I realized that each guest head will probably cost a lot. I didn’t want to put my comfort first because I know how taxing preparing a wedding is (although I think Kuya included Yaya Isay in the heaadcount. Still, parang nakakahiya.) So no Yaya Isay. It was just the three of us. The three of us plus Raviv’s kalikutan and my five-inch high heels (a match made in hell!) So good luck sa akin!
During the wedding ceremony, my whirlwind of a son confirmed what my cousins have read on my blog: na malikot pala talaga siya! Randy and I had to keep our eyes on him. Then halfway through the ceremony my five-inch high heels gave in. Bumuka. Hay. Good thing I brought an emergency pair of jelly flats. Better that my parents and brother were also in attendance, so they helped us control our little ipu-ipo.
Here are his snapshots as he was busily ”inspecting” the chapel:
- Plaid long-sleeved polo from Ralph Lauren
- Gray pants from Elle Petite
- Belt free from his Garfield shorts
- Ankle boots from Chicco
- Hat from SM Dept. Store
- Sunnies from his paternal Lola
By the way, beside the restaurant where the wedding reception was held was a Crocodile Park! Of course, Randy grabbed this opportunity to make his little boy happy. #alamnyonamansiRandy! Too bad it was closed. Though this did not stop my boys. Pumasok pa rin. Pleaded with the caretaker to let them in and go around. Seeing how excited Raviv was, the caretaker gave in and let us look around for a bit.
Even as we were eating during the reception, Raviv could not forget the crocodiles. He would pull practically anyone who talked to him to the Crocodile Park. Hihihi. At least, it forced him to talk to his maternal relatives. 🙂
PS: Before I go, can I just say again how incredibly adorable I think Raviv was on this day? Wala lang. #proudmomlang
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