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My Brothers: Growing before their Kuya's Eyes
« on: January 17, 2008, 11:37:51 AM »
I sometimes cannot believe how time has passed by. It was just like yesterday when I was still in high school, living at home, enjoying the good ol times in raising and 'Kuya-ing' my little Ondoy Don-Don and baby Ondoy Andre. Don was 10 years old when I left for college for the first time, and Andre was only 4 years old.

As my 4th year here at Allegheny College come winding down to a close, this is my last semester, it has struck me how much time has been taken from me and my brothers. Don is currently a freshman in St. Joseph's High School and is now 14, turning 15. Andre is a 3rd grader in St. Mary's School and is 8 turning 9.

I can still remember being 14 years old and visiting my mother after the delivery of Andre vis-a-vis C-section after a long 28 hour labor. Holding my dear Ondoy Andre for the first time on my arms. When we took him home, I can still remember calming him from his cries and feeding him his bottle of milk. Waking up in the middle of the night to pik-pik his lubut so he could go back to sleep; changing his diaper; seeing him crawl for the first time. Hearing him usher the word "Kuya-Kuya" for the first time. Times that I will never forget.

I can even still remember when I was 8 years old when my brother Don was born; and baby sitting him as well. LOL.

My baby brothers are growing before my very own eyes. The babies that I once could carry with my two arms at the same time, I cannot. They are growing too big for me.

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My little munchkin. Andre.

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My younger brother, Don-Don. He has grown so much this year; he towers his Ate Angel (20) while he is only 14. His voice is deeper now. Almost as deep as mine.

I can still remember him crawling to me calling for "Kuya Kuya" hahahaha. Time passes too fast.  :-\

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