Thank You, Justin!

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Have you watched this #ThankYouBaby video from Pampers?


Seeing this video made me realize how my life has been so much more fun and more exciting when I became a mom to my son. Every day is a learning experience for me as I live in the same house with the world’s greatest teacher, my life guru, my baby Justin.

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Thank you, Justin, for showing Mommy the latest hair fads. I’m so outdated when it comes to hairstyles, you know.

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Thank you also for teaching me how to smile for the camera. I sure could use a tip or two.

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And wasn’t it you who invented the word “selfie” when you started taking pictures of yourself using my phone? I guess I’ve learned the meaning of that word from you.

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You also taught me that it’s more fun to be messy when you eat spaghetti.

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And last but not least, you taught me how to love unconditionally.

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If there is one thing I’m really thankful for in this life, it is that I became a mom. I’m grateful every day for having a funny, happy, sweet and smart boy who will forever be my baby. Thank you, Justin, for making my life so much more worthwhile and meaningful.

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5 Responses

  1. Your son is adorable! Love how he cuddles to you at the airport.

    I can totally relate and feel the same way. My son has just turned two and I am forever grateful to be given the opportunity to be his mom and raise him.

  2. Children is a gift from God.. Lucky you to have an adorable child. Yes, we learn new stuff unknowingly from our kids. Me nga, natutong mapuyat because of my kids.

  3. There are a lot of things to thank our kids for. I can go on and on but the best that I can remember is that my eldest boy taught me to pay attention. He was about two when he wanted to give me something. He kept on saying “here, mama, look oh, stone oh, round round oh” but because I was busy watching my favorite afternoon soap, I just said “alright, alright. give me that round stone” I held it in my hand and then it hit me… why is it so lightweight if it is a stone? That’s when I realized that the “stone” is a piece of dried up cat poop. Arrrgghhh!!!

  4. Aww. This is so sweet! 🙂 When Justin read this and became a fine gentleman, I’m sure he will appreciate this and your effort, Ate for writing this for him! 🙂

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