Mommy Moments: Hat Day

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It’s Friday once again. Time flies so fast! This week’s theme is “Hat Day.” Here’s my son Justin wearing different hats, from a bonnet to baseball caps to party hats.


Justin with Mommy at the mall


8-month-old Justin with Daddy


Justin wearing an inverted baseball cap courtesy of his Ninang Mildred


Justin with Daddy at Pizza Hut Bistro, Robinsons Galleria


Justin with his favorite uncle, Tito O., at Mall of Asia

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  1. I don't know why but I just love it when caps are worn inverted 🙂 I love Justin's facial expression on the second pic. And oh to be a favorite uncle! You get carrying and photo-op privileges 🙂

  2. I didn't see your link with Mr. Linky so I decided to drop by.

    Justin is so adorable in the third picture 😉 Bad boy style hehehe…

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