This post has been long overdue but anyway last June 7th, I was asked by a former team mate to be a god mother or ninang to her daughter. She texted me Tuesday and she said that the Baptism will be Saturday. I was like seriously? It was so abrupt but I said yes anyway. Malas daw ang tumanggi sabi ng matatanda, I don’t believe that by the way. I’m not a very superstitious person. And also Jen told me that I don’t have a choice kaya go na!
She asked most of her former team mates to be god mothers and god fathers so we all went together plus I don’t know where their house is. We weren’t able to join the Baptism itself because we had a shift so we just went to the reception.
It was wonderful to see people that I don’t always see. And by the way it as her first birthday also so it was a double celebration. I have photos of myself in this entry this time because Charles took some of the other photos. Thanks my friend!
JK Head. What a cute baby!
Carmina and Elmer.
Carmina and Elmer with Nikki.
Chloe Anne, my god daughter.
Ay ayaw nya kay Carmina hehe!
Alyxy and Nikki looking at the colorful cake.
I forgot what this is called but this one’s delicious.
Pansit for long life.
Chop seuy, best I have tasted so far.
Alyxy and Nikki. Little Carmina lang talaga si Nikki.
Joy and Charlie.
Nikki, Carmina and Elmer.
The Head family. Carl, Jayden, Alyxy and Mona.
Sino to? Hehe!
Pahinga bago ang dessert.
Jayden and Mom.
Sarap ba ang cake?
Me and Gerry.
Pacute si Joy.
Then ice cream. Dessert lang ng dessert.
Jayden eating ice cream.
My kumare, Jen.
Chloe and his Dad.
So cute talaga!
Nakakatawa lang yung itsura ko.
Biruin mo na ang lasing wag lang ang batang bagong gising hehe!
Being a god mother to me is a serious responsibility. You will be a second parent to the child. Responsibility does not stop with the Aguinaldo during Christmas. What’s most important is how you can take part in the growth of the child.