Today, I am sharing a video made by my sister for my daughter Rica. It consists of Rica’s pictures when they were playing dress up last summer with perfectly matching background music entitled Fashion by Lady Gaga. This is part one only for there are still more pictures yet to be posted. Apparently, they collected so many photos because Tita Tin and Rica love playing dress up and had a number of bonding moments doing it.

People who know me can tell that I am not keen to fashion. For me, the simpler the better and I doll myself up elegantly only when necessity calls for it. What I’m trying to say is that fashion is not my passion. This is contrary to what I observed in my daughter who is naturally and fabulously chic. Rica can confidently wear any type of clothing. She moves with poise and knows how to smile and pose in front of the camera. So from whom did Rica get this trait and influence? From my sister Tin-Tin who has a better fashion sense than I do.

Every time I watch this video I am reminded of God’s glory and generosity. In my every pregnancy, I always pray for a healthy baby but God is so generous that he blessed me not only with a healthy baby but beautiful, intelligent and talented as well…and now I have four. Rica is my first born. Looking at her makes me feel so grateful of God’s love.

I am sure you also have your story of God’s love and generosity. Let us be grateful and expect more to come

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  1. josie August 6, 2010 at 10:51 AM  

    you have a very beautiful and lovely daughter Mama & Papa Sez...

  2. SassyChick August 6, 2010 at 11:41 AM  

    Wow, I'm very have a future model here...i-develop nyo po...

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Our journey led us to this place. A little more than 10 years ago we began our journey as husband and wife. Three years later, we found ourselves with two bundles of joy- a daughter and then a son. They're the children we've dreamed of having.

About five years since the birth of our son, an unexpected gift came- a younger brother to our school-age kids. And soon enough, a baby girl arrived to round the family membership.

Brave was a term used by a friend to describe us. Challenging... and loving it -- yeah, this journey is not for the faint of heart.