So, my post for Oblivious was supposed to be for week 51. I find it sad that I was unable to regularly post Geoff’s weekly pictures. In my defense, I have 2 valid reasons:
- I was busy with our move.
- The baby discovered the joy of deleting photos and videos from my phone.
So, with the help of my trusted back up from Google drive, I was only able to retrieve a few. At least, as far as I remember, there are still a few that were backed up on a weekly basis, so I can still post that. This post is photo heavy, I hope that whoever is browsing will do so until the end of the post. 🙂
Week 34 – The baby watched a Hi5 episode where Lauren was a cool cat. He wanted to be the same 🙂
Week 35 – A pose with Jollibee
Week 36 – Remember the cool cat episode? It was again shown on Disney Junior.
Week 37 – The boy wanted to play dress up. He was channeling Honesto and a minion at the same time
Week 38 – His Mimim and his phone. Trying to slow down before bed time
Week 39 – Geoff’s 1st Fun Ranch experience. He definitely enjoyed that day.
Week 40 – Bonus week. The baby chose his own toy from the toy store. I could not resist. Sorry.
Week 41 – He loves his books, but does not want to be read one.
Week 42 – Ate’s birthday week. Geoff was given a new fishing set, which unfortunately broke before we even got home.
Week 43 – Bought a burger from a nearby store. He liked it
Week 44 – Rekindling his love for clay. Hindi na cia nandidiri! Yay!
Week 45 – We visited Mama Lola in Las Pinas. The baby saw the mini ferris wheel and insisted that we both ride it
Week 46 – The curious batchoi was at it while I de-cluttering our room.
Week 47 – After grocery Jollibee treat. Again, what’s with Jollibee and kids?
Week 48 – We had a hard time convincing Geoff to hold up the signs. And the last time I will be baking a cake 🙁
Week 49 – His first week in Las Pinas. The baby gained more pounds as he made eating his favorite hobby (add the lola to the equation and you know what I mean!)
Week 50 – My view from the bathroom while I am taking a dump. Yep, I lost all sorts of privacy when we moved back to Las Pinas.