November 12, 2008
It doesn’t come as a surprise that at the very young age of 4, my daughter can already work the camera. More so if she is in the mood! Why? Because the very moment she was pulled out of my womb (via C-section!), she was greeted by relentless clicks and flashes from our camera.
Hindi nakapagtatakang sa gulang na apat na taon, ang aking anak ay sanay na sanay nang pumorma at ngumiti kapag kinukunan ng litrato. Iyon ay kung nasa mood rin lamang siya. Bakit? Dahil pagkahugut na pagkahugot pa lamang sa kaniya mula sa aking sinapupunan, kamera na agad ang tumambad sa kaniyang harapan. Kinagisnan niya ang isang walang pakundangan photo shoot ng siya’y isilang. Hahaha!
I’m blessed that Hubby was with me to welcome Abby to the world. Husbands aren’t usually allowed in the operating room for C-section deliveries.
Mapalad ako dahil kasama ko ang aking kabiyak sa pagsalubong sa aming anak nang siya’y ipinanganak. Hindi kadalasang pinapayagan ang mga ama sa operating room para sa C-section na panganganak.
Hanggang sa nursery ay kasunod ni Abby ang camera. Hahah!
The camera followed Abby all the way to the nursery!
Here are Abby’s more recent photos, taken only last Saturday amidst greens some of which resembled Blackberry plants .
Narito ang kaniyang mga bagong larawan, kuha noon lamang Sabado.
Mga nakagisnang kultura noong panahon ng Renaissance naman ang isa ko pang lahok para sa Litratong Pinoy.
These photos were randomly taken at the Texas Renaissance Festival, which we visited last Saturday. Located in the town of Plantersville, the renaissance-themed park was tucked away in what could have very easily been mistaken for Sherwood Forest.
It felt wonderfully nice to be in the forest and be witness to life in the 16th century (when people didn’t worry about mesothelioma!) at the same time.
These were but a very tiny fraction of the sights at the festival. Here are the tastes, my other WW entry.