Rainy Father’s Day

Our original plan was to celebrate Father’s Day at Yellow Cab but the weather didn’t permit us to do so. It was a rainy Father’s Day so we decided to just celebrate at home. We bought roasted chicken from Baliwag Lechon, cake and ice cream. Sadly, we have no pictures to share as I was busy savoring hubby and RJ’s presence after a week of being home alone. I love watching them as they talk about RJ’s crushes in school. Gone are the days of diaper change and hubby is having a hard time admitting that sometimes. If only he could bring back time.

father and child playing bubbles

This is one of my favorite pictures of hubby and RJ. This was taken when we went to Baguio 6 years ago.

father and child

In this one, I don’t know how RJ was able to convince hubby to pose with her like this. Lol!

…and this is their latest photoshopped picture together. (I changed the background because the original is not pleasant to the eyes)

Hubby is a loving, sweet Dad that every little girl would love to have. I know many father are like him that’s why I do not understand why Father’s Day takes back seat to Mother’s Day. Fathers deserve the same fabulous gifts, the same attentions and the same tributes as Mothers receive.

To you my dearest husband, to my Dad and father-in-law, to my brothers and to all great Dads out there…belated HAPPY FATHERS DAY!

Wacky Shots

Wacky shots has become a tradition whenever there is picture taking. After the serious shots, you will hear everybody say, “O, wacky naman.”, as if the photo shoot will not be complete without the wacky shots.
RJ loves to pose while making faces. below are some of her wacky shots.
Father and daughter while raising one of their eyebrows.