Thursday, February 25, 2010

Zyan's Six Months

By the sixth month of his life, Zyan is half a year old. At this point, my baby is ready to eat solid foods, my baby has started trying to self feed when allowed, and his personality is stronger than ever. The things Zyan learns will seem as though every time he gets up something new is mastered. Along with the many other things he has mastered and now he is able to:
  • Make vowel sounds and copy simple two –syllable sounds that are often thought to sound like ‘mama’ and ‘dada’
  • Sit by self with minimal to no support
  • Rolls over and travels short distances on floor by rolling
  • Holds own bottle
  • Can drink from a cup
  • Will open mouth for spoon (often turns head and makes a mess though)
  • Copies facial expressions and will even reproduce them upon demand at times (when told “Make the silly face” baby will make their favorite face that brought all of the laughs last time)
  • Responds to short cues showing that language is understood

Sunday, February 14, 2010


Our First Valentines as Family

I love Valentines day. It reminds how special we are to our love ones.Since this is our first Valentines together as a family. and Zyan's first Valentines too. I felt excited on how are we going to celebrate. I have decided that were going to wear red clothes, not just red define as love but meaning for goodluck for 2010 Kung hei fat choi.

He is so cute on his polo that matches his cap.

Before going to dinner, we went to mall to watch dragon dancing since it was chinese new year too.. Double Celebration :) Chinese New Year and Valentines Day !!

After watching the show. We had dinner at Thai me Up restaurant, foods are delicious and Lovers who don't want to break the bank this Valentine's Day are in for a treat: Valentine's Day just got a bit sweeter with the delicious, value-priced dinner at Thai me Up here in Cagayan de Oro City. You can check their Menu here Thai me Up Facebook page.

You can go a little creative and try to send love messages in different languages.
Check how to say, “I love you” in different languages:

  • In French, “I love you” is “Je t'aime”

  • In Spanish, “I love you” is “Te Amo”

  • In English, “I love you” is “I Love You”

  • In German, “I love you” is “Ich liebe Dich”

  • In Hebrew, “I love you” is “aNEE oHEIVET oTKHA”

  • In Chinese, “I love you” is “Wo ie ni”
Happy Valentines day to all and Kung hei Fat Choi...Let spread the love....<3