Walang kwenta ang title ko ‘no? Hindi pangmatalino, LOL!
Anyway, I would have wanted the title to go something like it’s nice to be young and not know all the troubles hounding your parents, because as you may already know, boggang kamalasan ang inabot namin sa Hong Kong (whaaaat you haven’t heard yet?!? HERE!) But since it’s too wordy and I can’t think of a way for that to sound witty, I decided to stick to the boring title above.
Anywho, I realized that it’s been such long time since I last featured Raviv’s outfitey! The last one was in April pa! I guess it’s because RAviv really has no penchant to mowdel-mowdel, much to his nanny’s dismay. Although I console myself with the fact that:
- Magkaka-baby girl din ako, and when that time comes, maghanda ang SM Kids’ Fashion, Gingersnaps, etc…at ang bank account namin. Hehehe
- In the recesses of my mind, I don’t want Raviv to grow up vain or a metrosexual. I honestly want him to be nonchalant about his natural good looks and natural flair in dressing up. I want him to care more about manly (sports) and intellectual (books, debates) things.
But because he is still my baby and I still do not have a baby girl, wala siyang choice but to be my baby mow-del.
Here’s Raviv’s outfit of the day/wardrobe diary last week on our first day in Hong Kong:
- polo shirt: Guess Kids
- striped shorts: Levi’s
- shoes: Florsheim Kids
- hat: from a store at Festival Mall
I am very proud of my boy because despite that he woke up very early on this day (I just shook him and said, “Anak, wake up na because we’re now going to Hong Kong”, he sprang up and even allowed me to bathe him…at 3:30 a.m. ito ha!) and even if he somehow sensed how stressed we were, he was behaved. Behaved, as in he was not throwing tantrums (but not behaved as in he does not move…asa pa tayo kay Raviv!) He just bore and grinned when we were running circles looking for places. Anyway, part of his being relaxed I guess is the fact that he was in his stroller. I tell you, a stroller in Hong Kong is a must! Imagine na lang if Raviv was also walking during the two hours we were looking for that darn “Citybus Service Centre” ‘di ba?!?
Lemme show you more of his pictures at Madame Tussuads. You would notice that it isn’t that many—that’s because at first, he was scared of the wax figures. I would have wanted him to stand between and against the Brangelina wax figure para kunwari anak soya hung dalawa, but he was scared.
Later, however, we persuaded him to get “inside this Rembrandt painting”:
Then little by little, we were able to remove his fear of the wax figures. Pa’ano? By checking out the wax figures’…