Batya




Paul & Xander just love taking a bath everyday - a daily routine that they enjoy every morning. Unlike the other kids, they are not lazy to clean themselves. Personal hygiene is one of the important things we want our little angels to know at their young age. They are already "too big" for the baby bathtub they have so they now use the "batya" as their "mini pool".

Go Tigers




Last Saturday, September 17, 2011, Samsung hosted the annual UAAP Cheerdance Competition and was aired live on Studio 23. Paul and Xander were at their Lola Ely's house to enjoy (with their Tita Sarah) the breath-taking performances of pep squads from different universities. Our little cubs growled like tigers to show their support to UST's Salinggawi Dance Troupe and the Yellow Jackets.



Tatay, We're in Tagaytay




When I had my vacation last August, my family went to Tagaytay, the second summer capital next to Baguio, to escape the heat and the bustle in the busy city. Our destination was set to Residence Inn which is famous for its  mini zoo (Zoomanity) and its excellent location overlooking the Taal Lake. The zoo showcases exotic animals, serpents, and birds. Paul and Xander really enjoyed their first experience in a menagerie - I have never seen our kids so happy seeing different kinds of animals (they only see my in-laws' pet dogs and cats). They got excited when they saw the parrot, the rabbits, the monkeys, and the different species of birds.

After our exhausting but wonderful trip to the zoo, we went to the ever famous Picnic Grove to have some rest while enjoying the view of the Taal Volcano and the cold breeze.

Nice bonding Tagaytay moment!