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Limitless


I'm riding along Mommy Moments this week; my first post in months. I miss this meme, the kids' photos and the mommy chats. Alrighty here's CJ eyeing the next ride...

This was some space capsule if I remembered it right -


Everytime I fasten CJ on a helicopter, I daydream of my very first experience with aircrafts. I was his age. A helicopter with a bride on board flew low over our neighborhood dropping us bunches of red bougainvillas. To this day that beautiful spectacle remains alluringly fresh in my mind.

For CJ I like to think this ride symbolizes a limitless sky he could soar into. I love the sensation of holding and releasing my breath watching him take off, and hoping he will be just fine.

Check out more kids' rides at The Mommy Journey.

Comments

Anonymous said…
CJ looks like he is having a great time. How fun. Thanks for sharing these :)
Hazel said…
He never stops... :D Thanks, Thom.
Unknown said…
Awesome rides.

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Chubskulit Rose said…
Pagwapo ng pagwapo si CJ sis. Rides are so much fun for the kids!
Hazel said…
Mrs. Kolca, victoria secret. now that sounds tempting :D

chubs, salamat sis, pati ako gusto ring humirit :))
Chubskulit Rose said…
My M post is in my main blog sis hehehe..
Clarissa said…
CJ looks like having a blast there at the amusement park!Who knows,he might be a pilot when he grow up and give you a free ride^_^

Enjoy your weekend,Mommy Hazel!
Indrani said…
Lovely shots, he sure is having a great time.
Hazel said…
chubs, punta ako dun mamaya

Clarissa, it probably won't be bad. you're sweet.

Indrani, he is :)
Tetcha said…
Those are really fun rides for your son, Mommy! Your post is even more interesting with your own story imprinted on it. Whoever thought of that kind of wedding must be very much in love with his bride. Happy Mommy Moments!
Hazel said…
Hi Tetcha, yes they must have been, and oh, 'imprinted' sounds like breaking dawn :D
Lady Patchy said…
e enjoys the rides so much
Unknown said…
Your son sure had great time in all his rides and imagining the limitless. thats really cool.

Tagal ko na hindi napapadpad sa blog mo mommy hazel. Good to be back here.

http://shydub-simplehappylife.blogspot.com/2010/07/mommy-moments-rides.html
admin said…
what a great memory for you :) your son seems to be enjoying the rides :)

rache
seth said…
happy babies = happy mommies :-)
Chris said…
welcome back to mommy moments! :D great memories for both CJ and you!
redamethyst said…
wow super enjoy talaga ang mga rides.

happy mommy moments.

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thanks
Anne said…
nice post...

hope we can exchange links...

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Hazel said…
tatess, yes he does

shy, ako rin sis, nawala sa eksena :D

Rache, doesn't want to get off :)

Chris, thank you

red, true

momikoito, i followed you too. links, why not :)

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