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Sunday, November 8, 2009

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Our two kiddoes had a blast watching the pigs and chickens at our place when we were in the Philippines. Before our visit, we showed them the pictures that my husband took of me and my brother when I was bathing my mother's pig. So Rylie immediately told us that she wants to bath a pic g too but unfortunately mama don't have any when we came home. So I brought them to our neighbor's piggery and they really had fun watching them.

33 comments:

  1. Ang laki ng baboy! Naku mukhang aliw na aliw ang baby mo.

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  2. pwede na katayin yan te hehe

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  3. Hi Anney, yup natumbok they had a blast watching the pigs and chicken at our place lol..

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  4. Di pwede katayin grace kasi Momma sya eh hehehe..

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  5. It's nice to see your kids enjoying the best of both worlds. They enjoy the best modern amenities in America and experience the laid back life in their native Philippines. As looking at pigs is no big deal among Filipino children, your kids got a big kick out of seeing them in person. Thanks for the memorable post. God bless you all always.

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  6. there's no place like home di ba Rose? good ur back God bless.

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  7. hi rose, well its my blog which I cannot access the entrecard account for that and so I think its not alright for them to have paid ads display without my approve.

    I got to know from another friend having same situation and you know.. we are in same situation and friend said her account for the blog now can access but inside its all paid ads in queue.

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  8. laki ng baboy, your kids looks nag enjoy..sarap feeling rose no pag napakita natin sa ating mga anak yon nakita natin sa atin?
    I miss the life in province.Daming mga batang nakapaligid, i'm sure hindi baboy ang tiningnan nila, kundi your kids hehe.

    like the time when I brought Erik to the province at my moms place, daming mga bata hehe. Si Erik naman gusto pakipaglaro agad.
    And I was very happy that I let my son see the home and place where I came from. I know you feel the same...

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  9. wow...pwede na tong pang litson manang....ay baka magalit may ari...tayo pa katayin.....hehhee...:)

    woi about pala sa "rock of love" don ko rin nakuha yung idea sa title manang ko...hehhehe...:)

    woi nanunuod ka ba non? grabi naman na reality show yon..can't stand watching that show....hehhee...landi lahat...hehhee!

    about pala sa EC..so are you going to delete your account? may new features na pala sa EC manang...yung CPC...kaya pala madami na nag advertise sa blog ko..more than 50 na...kakaloka...dko nga kilala ang mga yon...mga paid ads...kunti lang naman 30cents ata yun...am not really sure....:)

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  10. Ate Rose!!Ang sarap katayin ng baboy at gawing lechon!lol!buti na lang at nag-enjoy ang mga bata!!Iba talaga ang pinas noh?!

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  11. Looks like a learning experience for your children.

    My camera critter is posted now...scroll down below the Photo Hunt entry to view my bronze elephant photo.

    Click Here

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  12. Ahhh pigs - my absolute favorite animal! Sure miss them. B : )

    http://bleemcguire.blogspot.com/2009/11/color-carnival-and-camera-critters-its.html

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  13. How cute! I love to see city kids discover farm life - It's a whole new world for them!

    Thanks for visiting me!

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  14. Wow! That is indeed a big pig.

    Looks like the kids had fun...

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  15. Enjoyed your post very much and the photos were great.

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  16. agal ko na di nakakakita ng totoong inahing baboy, been years i swear.. kelan nyo pala balak uwi ng pinas? mukhag super enjoy sila nung bakasyon nyo.

    Happy weekends dear.. san naman kaya ang pasyal nyo bukas? lol

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  17. That was one of a pig I say ;-) To be one is not so fun now when we are heading for christmas ;-)

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  18. Cute pigs & even cuter children!

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  19. Sarap gawing lechon yang baboy nyo. Uber biggie! hehe. Btw, I'm finally able to fix my bloglist up and I just link ya back again. Ciao! :)

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  20. Yes, what a wonderful experience for your kids. Rural life in the Philippines is vastly different than the urban life in the US or Korea or even in cosmopolitan Metro Manila. Your province was so blessed with God's bountiful resources and natural beauty that not only kids will enjoy them but adults as well. Marunong na bang mag Bicolano si Rylie at EJ? Sana'y turuan mo din silang magsalita nang Filipino at Bicolano para hindi naman sila maging strangers sa bansa nang mommy nila. Alam ko pati si John ay na in love sa natural beauty nang probinsiya ninyo. Thanks for the wonderful post. God bless you all always.

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  21. Bakla parang gusto ko litsonin ang baboy nyo, ang laki hehehe. sorry now lng naka visit kasi nabusy ako bigla looking for new free layout, tapos wala rin ng yari just waiting time, hindi tuloy ako naka bloghop. hehehe

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  22. Looks like a fun day for the kids!

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  23. wow sarap litsonin nito sis Rose
    saktong sakto ang laki


    mine is a monkey

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  24. Laki ng baboy! Bakit kaya litson ang naiisip ko... :)

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  25. mukhang nag eenjoy yung mga bata ah

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  26. That sure is one big pig, we had a pig when us kids were growing up, glad they had fun.

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  27. Shy, Hindi mo pwedeng litsonin yung matabang baboy na yan kasi hindi kina Rose yan. Sa kapitbahay nila yan. Sinama lang ni Rose yung mga anak niya sa kapitbahay para makakita nang matabang baboy. Pag nilitson mo iyan, hahabulin ka nang kapitbahay ni Rose at baka ikaw naman ang litsonin nila, bwahahaha, joke lang Shy. Natuwa lang ako sa comment mo. Pasensya na Rose, nakisingit pa ako sa pagcomment sa comment ni Shy. Alis muna ako, hehehe, lol. God bless us all.

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  28. ang saya ng mga bata especially EJ. ang laki at ang taba pa ng baboy..

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  29. That's an educational field trip!

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  30. Rose, sis, i cant say anything regarding the 'pig' as per 'Muslim' religion, though i have many on my farm at my space.. :-)..but your kids surely enjoyed the visit to the farm and its good they get to watch and spend time with the animals. Kids go ga-ga over animals esp those that run about like the chicks.. hehe.. my kids too :-)

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  31. laki talaga ng baboy...barako...hehehe!

    kita ko yung amazona pic ko sa taas....heehehe!

    mine was up....last weekend....:)

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