Friday, February 5, 2010

He Is Special

R was assigned sometime last week to bring a photo collage with the theme:  I Am Special.  With over a thousand of digital photos in my hard drive, it was hard to select only a few pictures to fit a poster.  To ease the selection process, I decided to choose pictures based on the different aspects of R's life.  As a little boy who love to laugh and play, as a loving son and a funny little brother.

I haven't done Photoshop for quite some time. I was so excited to work on a collage again and I ended up being so inspired that I did this elaborate presentation.

Here is the nursery boy with his toys, hobbies and collections:

Here is the part of his collage which shows him as the adorable little brother:

The family's sweetheart...

On this layout, he shows his enormous love for the outdoors and his great sense of adventure...

On the other hand, he can also be creative when he wants to and proves to be useful in the kitchen...
He is indeed SPECIAL!!!

Here is how it looked like when he brought it to school for his show and tell.  Can I just say I am so happy with how this school project turned out! But more than that, it made me appreciate my little boy all the more. :)


Mom-Friday said...

wow, kina-reer mo ito ha! :) It;s really very difficult to choose just a few photos to share, and for us moms who do the actual work, it makes us appreciate our boys even more and reminisce on their growing up years and milestones. Bravo to you! I'm sure this is the best "I Am Special" poster in his batch! :D

jen laceda said...

Galing ni Mommy ah! Yes, I agree, this must be the BESTEST "I Am Special" poster of them all!

Anonymous said...

Looks like you spent a few evenings doing this. great work!

Mark said...

Tina, you have a beautiful family! I love the format of your blog. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day and leaving your mark. In case you did not make it back, I wanted to respond to your message:

Tina-- thanks for stopping by, AND leaving your mark. Thanks for your kind words as well.

I hope your daughter has great fun participating in her first aquathon. My son participated in his first triathlon last summer and he loved it. His "training" consisted of swimming laps at our local YMCA, accompanying dad on runs on his bike, and doing quarter mile timed runs around our street with the neighborhood kids. Yeah, I am that dad. You know... "who wants to see how fast they can run around the circle?" I believe "training" should just be fun at their age. If she is naturally competitive, she'll let you know.



Anonymous said...

What a cute boy! i'm sure he's worth the time and effort you put into your blog post. An entertaining blog, i must say! : )

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