Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Filipino Adventures








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27 comments:

Tarasview said...

what wonderful adventures!

Kathryn Lavallee said...

Oh wow, it looks like you had a beautiful trip! Love the picture of your daughter looking out the window of the plane; I STILL do that! lol

Christine said...

Tara:
Thank you :) It *was* quite the adventure! Though Little One is only 3, I think this is possibly one of the greatest gifts we were able to give her...to explore the world and new cultures!

Mommy Moment said...

Love the variety of photos. Many memories for your little one. {hugs}
Thanks for the linky :)

Christine said...

Kat:
It was indeed beautiful. Well, the time not spent in the hospital with grandma was a joyful time. I wonder what Little One was thinking as she peered out the airplane window? Interesting to think about what goes on in the minds of 3 year olds!

Christine said...

Mommy Moment:
Thanks!! There were so many things to take photos of while we were in the Philippines. Still, photos cannot seem to do the experience as a whole any justice!

Jen said...

Oh, I love the pearls!

Christine said...

Jen:
Me too!!! I was never really a pearl kinda girl, but when I was in the Philippines I picked some up for a friend (at her request) and ended up getting some for myself too! They are SO cheap in the Philippines. I had no idea that the Philippines is famous for their pearls! Love them!!!

Lisa Marie Fletcher said...

Wow - neat pics. I REALLY love the pic of your daughter and the window! So pretty! :)

Thanks for sharing! :)

Christine said...

Lisa Marie:
Awww! Thanks so much!! It was kind of neat seeing her look out the window. I seriously wonder what was going on in her mind seeing us fly through the clouds like that! :)

Kimberly said...

That looks like so much fun..and oh so warm...so warm and glorious :)

Mom vs. the boys said...

I adore that picture of little one looking out the plane window! that is gorgeous!

Christine said...

Kimberly:
Warm...It was 40 degrees the entire time! :) LOL! I was dying of heat! ;) Clearly, I'm not made for extreme heat! LOL!

Christine said...

MVTB:
:) Thank you so much! She was so cute! So fascinated by everything! I was shocked at how well she did on those long flights!!

Brattypants said...

Great pictures! I love the one looking out the plane window - so sweet!

Brandy @InsaneMamacita said...

Looks like so much fun! Great pics!

Jeanna said...

These are grrreat photos, C. Are you framing any?
You've encouraged me to put up some of my fav photos from a really cool farm art tour.

Sober Julie said...

What amazing shots!

SKIP TO MALOU said...

i saw the butiki! hahah. great pictures to remember your time in the PHilippines.
I was inspired to put my Wordless Wednesday too. Thanks for the inspiration!
malou

Cheryl said...

That looks absolutely beautiful!

Christine said...

Brattypants:
Thanks! Gotta love those precious moments. Glad I was able to capture it :)

Christine said...

Brandy:
Thank you! :)

Jeanna:
I haven't...but now that you mention it, I think I should!! :)

Christine said...

SoberJulie:
Why thank you, my friend!

Skip to Malou:
HAHA! Yes! Or, BOO-TEE-KAY, as my 3 year old says it! :) Looking forward to checking out your photos!!

Cheryl:
Thank you so much! :)

momto8blog said...

how exciting..lots going on..good for you!
I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.
happy WW!

Canadian Dad said...

So amazing! I wish we could travel more. I really want my kids to experience some of he things I never got the chance to.

Christine said...

momto8blog:
Thanks so much! Headed over to your site and left a comment! I'm now your newest follower too :)

Christine said...

Canadian Dad:
I'm really glad I was able to bring my daughter to the Philippines. I had traveled to over 11 countries, 20 something US states, only 4 Cdn provinces by the time I was 25. I really want my daughter to be able to experience the world like I did and sort of got worried about that since my husband is a farmer. Owning a farm = no holidays or vacations. :(

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