Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Tri's Second Birthday Celebration at (Planet) Morong

When: May 31, 2010
Where: Jose's Residence, Morong Rizal

It was fun having to plan for another trip to go back to my hometown. It was even better having my hubby and Tri drop by the office and my half sister Lyn pick us up so we can all go home to our precious town--the town where I've spent two decades of my life.

Well, anyway...it was an exhausting plan. As always, Jan got to make up some plans to screw my day saying he had to cancel the trip because Tri was having a bad tummy and all that. He does not like the thought of him sleeping without his thick mattress. He relies so much on our dear bed. But my perseverance (and yeah--annoying text messages) made him stop arguing. By 12:30pm, they arrived at my workplace both of them wearing their brown polo shirts and some khaki pants and shaved head. Oh--they look adorable!

My sister arrived about an hour late. I really cannot count on her for punctuality. But I still love her!

Tri liked the trip all in all. He played with his cousin Aien right after unpacking.

cousin Aien


Tita Lyn's gift was the large all choco cake from Goldilocks:




It was just a normal, pay-a-visit day for all of us. My brother and I chat most of the time, catching the latest gossip about the office. My favorite brother, Jao (our youngest) arrived from Sunday church service went straight to play with my son. I love seeing my two favorite boys together. 

We also experienced the first rain after the excruciating Summer of 2010. Oh! I was called K.J. because I would not let my son bathe in the rain. My brother said I had my "papa-mode" on (which means that I am losing it being so much like our dad, too many precautions). In contrary, I like being compared to my dad. 

Well, I let Tri bathe on a huge basin which he used as a mini pool with all his toy cars with him:


he looks sooooo happy!




We've spent 2 days and 3 nights there. We had so much food, so much laughter, so much fun, it's a good thing my brother captured all moments on his video cam.I can't wait to plan our next trip home. I would very much want Tri to grow up on the same neighborhood. I want Tri to be real familiar with my family. I want him to discover what a slow-paced life is and see the beauty of it. I want him to know that if all else fail, Morong will be a town he can go home to. 



3 comments:

I'm a full-time mummy said...

Aien looks so adorable! Happy belated birthday to Tri!

I'm a full-time mummy said...

Hi Anne!

Thanks for your comment on my recent post. Hahaha.. Chinese have the similar saying too, one ear in, one ear out. Thank you for sharing your feedback and thoughts on this. Have a lovely day ahead!

thirdy_smom said...

hi big sis jenny,

you are most welcome! I kinda feel what you feel (I guess) on that blog post...
ooh, i suck at being a blog follower huh? i've been back reading your page and i've realized i am so out of the blogging world. urgh!