ROCK A BYE BABY

My son Gabby came home this morning from Twinkle Toes Academy with a memo. No, it’s not about misdemeanor, he’s so young & too good for any deliquent acts; it was only a simple notice informing parents of the date of their graduation from Nursery, its venue : Henry Lee Irwin Theater, Ateneo de Manila University. It also has a reply slip to fill-out with message(s) of parents for their child that will appear on the graduates’ yearbook. Yes, you read it right : Nowadays, as early as preschool, pupils get to keep memories of their wonder years. I’m expecting the video of the event will be recorded & sold on DVDs. These facts remind me of our youth when we didn’t have any mobile phones & digicams & ofocurse the world wide web then.

It’s fun to be a kid and to always be child-like. But it’s happier to raise one…

I strongly agree with the lyrics of the song that my generation grew up with…

I believe the children are our future
Teach them well and let them lead the way
Show them all the beauty they possess inside
Give them a sense of pride to make it easier
Let the children’s laughter remind us how we used to be…

Don’t you?

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Because I was googling something on the web, I asked Tina to do the “fill-in-the-blank”-chore for me, or for us. She aptly wrote : “Daddy & Mommy are very happy and proud to have you as a son. May you grow as a smart, prudent, responsible & God-fearing child. You bring us so much joy & love with your sweet smile & hugs”. There’s also a blank space on the reply slip to write about our son’s ambition. So we asked Gabby what he’d like to be someday. 2 words were uttered : CHEF & GOLFER.
Que sera, sera, whatever will be, will be… I said, “Good choices, son”.

Here are his graduation photos…The face of the next Wolfgang Puck & Tiger Woods, lol….

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And see how this four-year-old graduating Nursery student grew fast from this photo (taken at his 1st bday party)…

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David Cook sang these words but it’s true, “You’ll always be my baby!”
We’ll always love you, Gabby!

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