Whenever someone would ask Raviv who his favorite singer is, they would always be surprised with the answer. The singer at Taalena Restaurant guessed, “Justin Bieber? Daniel Padilla? Psy?” The answer was so far from any of the three. Because Raviv’s favorite singer is Michael Bublé . Or as he puts it, “Michael Blu-blé !”
Yes, my son is an old soul. With a good sense of taste. 🙂 He never tires of singing and listening to Michael Bublé ’s songs, especially those from the Babalu album. Every time he rides the Q5, one of the first things that he would say is, “Spiderman Tatay!” (because Bublé sang the Spiderman theme song…I forgot which Spiderman movie specifically). And when he tires of Spiderman he would request, “The Best” (The Best Is Yet To Come) naman Tatay! Or “Save the Last Dance” or “Home”.
So it was just but fitting that on our way to Sucat on the Raviv Day, this was how Raviv looked like as he was listening to Michael Bublé ’s songs:
- light blue polo (made of the softest cotton! I love!!!) with frog designs from Van Heusen
- blue pants from Rustan’s Jr.
- lime green and white striped belt came with the pants
- brown sneakers from Smartfit for Payless
- gray plaid newsboy cap from SM Dept. Store
- round-framed sunnies from SM Dept. Store
But Raviv’s being an old soul ends with his penchant for Michael Bublé and his outfit, for he is still every inch a baby…especially because on this day, Randy spoiled him in a toy store and playplace!
Upon getting home, he eagerly opened his toys and played with his cousin. Baby na baby pa rin talaga!
Raviv baby, don’t wave goodbye to your being a baby yet! True, there were times I wished you’d mature right away so I’ll have more time to myself and have to take care of you less. But I take that back. The innocence, candor, energy, and eagerness to be with me that come with your kalikutan are about the only things that could both fill my heart so much love and fill my eyes with tears because of overflowing happiness. That’s why even though some people might frown upon the fact that I encourage you na magbata-bataan (you know—when you curl up to me or crawl, and coo like a 6-month-old), I won’t stop. It’s our thing—our brand of lambingan—and it lessens the pain of the thought that before I know it, you’re already a teenager full of angst.
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