Lately, I am more careful with my actions I let Geoff see. I used to not mind him watching whenever I put my makeup on. It was just this one morning 3 weeks ago that I realized that he was actually observing and now knowledgeable with how he uses MY makeup.
Summer this year is really scorching, so the rain was really welcome. Quite obvious with how the baby smiled.
My brother invited us to his company’s family day one weekend of May. Ironic as it sounds, it was our little family who went, sans the employee who was supposed to be there. Be as it may, we enjoyed the day but, resolved to going to amusement parks when Geoff is a bit older.
Here is the only picture that we managed to get during the event because the baby was active the whole time.
I am thankful that Geoff is healthy and has a big appetite most of the time. Though I am guilty that he eats junk food, we still make sure that what we buy outside or cook at home will compensate the unhealthy stuff. Anyway, here is Geoff’s “very magana” picture when we ate at Savory last payday.
It’s quite funny because eversince Geoff saw the ipod, he would use it as an imaginary phone. During this week, I figured it’s high time for me to experiment how he would react if I let him use the earphones as well.
I guess, this photo shows that he enjoyed it and that the experience was rather new, but enjoyable.
So, I know I am a few weeks late with this project, and I know it is my fault. Anyway, here is my week 16 post. I asked the baby to do a “pa-cute” face and this was what he gave me:
And no, this is not a trip “trip” but merely what the baby enjoys most when it gets extremely hot at home.
At 2 years and 1 month, we always encourage Geoff to do things that he should be able to do. He has chores this early, and some of them includes putting his dirty clothes in his hamper and fetching his own sippy cup from the fridge whenever he needs to drink.
Anyway, this is his photo as he is getting down from the chair. He wanted to read his books and one of his favorite things to do is to ask us get one book at a time (this is very tiring, I tell you), so I suggested that he tries doing it on his own.
Please note that anytime he climbs up, it is under supervision (lol!)
There was this one day last last week when, despite of the terrible summer heat, it rained. This baby, despite of my constant
yelling reminder not to go out, insisted to go because he wanted to take a bath in the rain. Too bad the it wasn’t raining very hard that time for him to be drenched.
And last week, I finally captured his very evasive, newly acquired expression: An incredulous “Ha?!”