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Mommy Moments: Silly Monkeys

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Most of the time Cj is just his normal self, but when he goes silly, he really is silly he turns into a monkey. Here the monkey goes into hiding:

Of all his bedtime friends, just look at what he's cuddling- a miniature replica of his ancestor:

That's before he lost his incisors. A silly grin after his great loss:

BB. Pilipinas-Monkey World contestant no. 1 in evening gown:

Mommy Monkey celebrated Mother's Day last Sunday playing with comrades in Kingdom Animalia at one of Thailand's most fantastic national parks. Naturally, Baby Monkey tagged along:


OMG, Mommy Monkey is so getting busted. Where are my bananas? Gotta feed Baby Monkey now... :-)

Comments

Beth Moreno said…
hahaha! natawa ako dun sa gown pic!

btw mami hazel, i have a friendship tag for you. pagrab na lang po. =)
Indrani said…
Such wonderful mommy moments. :)
Wish I could cuddle him, he is so cute.
nel's bebi said…
i love love the silly grin haze!!!
Beth said…
I love the monkey pics---I mean Cj pics! :) Someday, he'll laugh when he sees himself in a gown! :)
Miriam said…
I like all the photos pero favorite ko 'yung mommy and son sa gitna ng fishpond hehe...

happy silly mommy moments! :)
Genejosh said…
ha..ha..carry ng kid mo yong dress nya ha...Ha..ha..ha..baon nako ang katawa this weekend..kabibo nimo sis oi...

Mine's here:
Silly Moments
ryliej said…
Hahahaha Lovin' the monkey silly moments hahahaha.. Salamat sa visit...

Hope we can xlink?
Laine said…
hahaha..cool silly moments pix. nakakatawa as in.

happy mommy moments :)
Lanie, said…
nakakatuwa naman ang mga silly moments photos mo dito hahaha. thanks for visiting my post as well.
Willa said…
ha ha ha,nakakatuwa, and the BB. Pilipinas photo is the real winner!!! :D
Bing said…
Hahaha.... kakatuwa naman yung girl dress-up nya. Ganda din ng smile nya.
Love your photos! Thanks for sharing.
Chris said…
so many silly moments! treasured memories!
Twinkie said…
Classic ang binibihisan ng pambabae ang baby boy. :) Silly indeed! :)

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