You are so special to me and already our bond has grown tremendously. I am so proud to be your mommy. You are a good baby and I am thankful every single day that I get the extraordinary blessing of watching you grow up. I hope no matter what happens to me, for the rest of your life you know how much I love you! It’s endless.
When I realized that I am already on my 32 weeks I panicked! Whoa! I still don’t have my maternity shoot yet my face and feet are now swelling.
I am so pleased how they turned out. Daddy A took a lot of photos and it’s so hard to choose my favorites. We can’t wait to see our darling princess to come out in this world and yes if you read my previous post it’s a girl.
And I am enthralled to meet you Jelly Bean few months from now.
Daddy, Mommy, Kuya Angelo and Kuya Inigo loves you so much!
Looking with these beautiful photos I can feel such a lovely and peaceful emotion captured by daddy A.
We brought in fun props, like paper flowers,books, blue balloons, and an “Keep Calm, It’s a Boy” frame. Little A’s toy collection got in on the fun, too! It all came together for a shoot that is sure to give us a big dose of happiness! Our location is one of my favorite as we also did our prenup here long way back in 2008.
It always filled with memories and sometimes keeping things simple is the best way to go, as these lovely photos shows how smitten we are to our precious son.
We are so much in love with baby wiggle and these photos will be a sweet reminder of this journey.
Presenting our DIY Outdoor Maternity Photography…
We had a blast taking the outdoor maternity pictures. Our photo shoot is one of my favorite memories from my pregnancy, so I highly recommend every woman take some while pregnant. Since this might be my last I wanted to cherish the memories and photos for a long time.
Whether it be with a professional photographer or a DIY project, this is the best time to capture the moment.
In the meantime I will share some glimpse, para maexcite kayo… hehe Thank you to my super supportive sister Raquiza for taking care of my needs and for being my PA. And of course Auntie Mirriam for being incharge with the props. Nevertheless, to my super handsome and patient photographer, daddy A.