We had the pleasure of receiving Auntie Lina and Uncle Pete at home in Tagaytay the other day.
Auntie Lina is my mom's eldest sister, and has been married to Uncle Pete for 40+ years. In fact, she still has stories of my little gig as ring-bearer at their wedding back in 1976-- how I'd taken off my barong and stripped down to my underwear during the ceremony because it was so warm. I have absolutely no recollection of what went down then!
Nevertheless, we had a leisurely lunch at Nana's Farm and did some catching up for the rest of the afternoon, then took them to Sonya's Secret Garden for dinner before calling it a day.
They stayed the night at Nana's Farm, and then we took them out to Breakfast at Antonio's for a hearty breakfast.
All-in-all, we had a lovely time with family, with lots of stories, as well as time spent with our baby boy.
Thanks for visiting Baby Pablo here in Tagaytay, Tita Lina and Uncle Peter! Had a lovely time catching up-- see you guys again in a few days!
In and Around Tagaytay
My wife and I decided to remove ourselves from Metro Manila and instead settle down in Amadeo, Cavite, a small town just outside Tagaytay, in uplands Cavite.
Living in the Tagaytay countryside does have its advantages: we enjoy a relatively lower cost of living, we got cleaner air and cooler weather, we have access to fresh produce for cheap, and we don't have to deal with the daily grind of Metro Manila traffic and pollution.
So if you wanna follow our little misadventures in and around Tagaytay, check out this collection of posts on my site.
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Renzie on Instagram
Connect with me on Instagram, and hit me up for projects, tie-ups, collaborations, or if you'd like to reach out and start a conversation.
My feed is currently filled with stuff I do outside work (as my different work projects have their own respective Instagram accounts!)-- from stuff I watch, stuff I read, or stuff I eat.
Lately though, my feed has been seeing a lot more baby pictures. Hooray, first-time parenthood!