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Pause muna for contest blogs, let’s get more personal this time…
I was thinking if I will post my daughter’s pictures here in my blog. Actually I have mentioned and discussed her and my husband in my other blog which I chose to be more personal. For some reasons, I was just contemplating if in some ways I will be violating her privacy in doing so.
However, I have read and followed some blogs which features their children and I said ” Why not?di naman ako artista?”hahaha
So there you go… and in fact it is really a mom’s joy to share to the world her daughter…
|this is me when I was almost the same age|
Well my (now 8month-old) daughter Ceana is still hairless. Well not REALLY bald but she has thin hair.
It may be due to genes, because both my husband and I were hairless when we were babies.
But many say that eventually(when?) her hair will grow, so no fears, no worries for me.
As much as I wanted to buy her clips and accessories, I became limited to headbands. I am doing this because for the times that she is not wearing one she was mistaken to be a boy even if she’s wearing a dress already!
I don’t feel bad, but it’s natural to sometimes feel awkward to get questions like “boy or girl?” or “girl sya?” even if she’s wearing pink or red!(eyes rolling!)
To my consolation, a highschool batchmate who’s based in Canada whom I get to interact with on Facebook also share the same experiences with her daughter. And so I think, it is not really the culture but ‘how really the way things are’. So be it.
Through time I got used to the comments and I’m not bothered anymore (actually I was never bothered, I was just surprised). So here now I just wanted to share my favorites-headpieces of Ceana (a.k.a. her headbands).
I call her Baby Girl Swee’Pea, (Popeye’s original Swee’Pea’s a male)…
Malvin Dolotina says
Just dropping and visiting. 🙂
thank you Malvin!follow me on this blog ha?
more power to your blog as well, more tips!=)