Saturday, November 10, 2012

pao's monthly evolution during year1

got this idea from an Oprah show before... take photos of your kid in the same piece of cloth every month and see how he grows... :-) my sister did this too with Uno... i tried to religiously do this every month but failed on the 10th... 

anyways, here's an attempt to summarize that monthly craziness we do every morning of the date of his bday... it started as a quiet activity, to a laughter-filled 15min then turned into something where a wrestling match need to happen just to keep him still for a few secs and stay within the frame hehehe... :D

the piece of clothing used was a Magdalo shirt given by my bro, pao's ate chuchay and tita alyn when the pao was still 5months inside me...

can you spot the difference.... i can't... specially from the 7th to the 12th month.... :-) but can you? i guess this little activity will be more effective if a onesie was used... will take note of that for the next baby... hehehe :D

black&white version, with red color accent (to highlight the Magdalo logo)

colored... i hate how the lighting differs in all photos... :D


45 comments:

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    1. So lovely! I am thinking of doing something like this for my newborn too..hehehe gayagaya.

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  2. Cute concept. It's so nice to see babies grow up. I love his hair in the photos from 6-8. So adorable!

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  3. cute!used to do that with my little boy too(He is now 7), pero I used a big teddy bear propped beside him naman.

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  4. Difficult to spot the difference. hehe I so like the picture of the 7th month. :))

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  5. So cute coz you can really see him grow!!! Not really in terms of how he fills out the shirt but more of his face and his hair. Hehehehe Love the changing expressions :D This is a cool idea!

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  6. cool! ang galing nagawa mo to every month.

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  7. cool! buti nagawa mo sya every month mommy. i tried taking pics every month when i was pregnant pero nakalimutan ko ung 5th and 6th month. i let it go na .

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  8. You can't see the difference much if you look at the pictures in consecutive months. But if you look at the 1st and 4th month, you can already notice how the shirt reaches only up to the hip line. :)

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  9. Ang galing, it was good you were able to do this project. Yung pamangkin ko every month may photo din sila pero hindi ganito kaya hindi halata masyado :)

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  10. This is a very nice idea. hehe I think pumapayat sya? I'm not really sure. Perhaps it's just me.

    The baby is so cute. I especially love the 7th month pic. :)

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  11. I should have done this with my pamangkin. Really nice idea.

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  12. I like this, I hope to do the same on my next child soon soon..

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  13. that's a nice idea... I also had photoshoots with my youngest daughter every month, though she wasn't wearing the same outfit.

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  14. That's a really cool idea. He's filling up the same shirt real fast. :-)

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  15. I so envy you for having the chance to do this. I have 2 girls and I missed a lot of this projects during their month old days :(

    CE 11/13

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  16. That was a nice idea though we haven't done this to our son.

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  17. Oh cute! It's a good idea actually. It will make you see if your child is growing or not because he would outgrow the shirt/romper. LOL

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  18. nice idea, Charmee! I have a picture of Joko at 6 months.... 1 year......1 1/2 years with the same pose and tilt of head.

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  19. Oh, this is so cute! Great idea. I want to do this too (soon, kailangan muna mabuntis, heheheh). =)

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  20. I envy, I only got few photos of my little one when he was still a baby...

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  21. Nice! Buti ka pa nga nagawa mo yan. Di ko nagawa yan with my 2 boys.

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  22. Nice idea. Your son will surely love this when he see it in the future.

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  23. nice photo documentation; inggit ako di ko nagawa sa 2 anak ko

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  24. wow! nice that you're able to document it. :)

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  25. wow sis...galing mo naman! pag magka second baby nako i will do that too. :D

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  26. This is a great idea. I will do it in the future :)

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  27. This is a wonderful way to see how your baby is growing up so fast!

    I am now your follower. HOpe you can follow back. Thanks!

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  28. He got more hair, and he got longer.
    I did take monthly pictures of my baby during her first year, just not wearing the same shirt. I wish I did though. It would've been cuter.
    You should have this framed. :)

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  29. your baby is so cute, nice photo documentation

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  30. That's a really cool idea. I didn't do this for any of the kids. I think the difference is not so obvious month to month as yet..but if you put a 1st month and a 10th month photo together then it is more obvious.

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  31. This is kind of cute! Nice idea really! This way, you can easily spot the changes in your baby's growth and development.

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  32. Cute baby! The only difference I've seen is the hair. :D

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  33. cutie! :))) growing bigger and bigger :)

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  34. Time flies so fast, Charm! Look how big is Pao na! Parang kailan lang noh.

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  35. Great idea to track baby's growth monthly. I did the same thing just not in the same clothes/position.

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  36. Cool idea! One would need a shirt fit for a 1-year-old so it will still fit. I never thought of this! -ceemee

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  37. Yes, especially from 1-4. Kitang kita how fast he grows! Cute ng idea!

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  38. Cool! How big he has grown! I should do this to my girl as well. :) Thank you for sharing your son's pics.

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  39. i will do this to my own child one day and frame it! :)

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  40. this is so cute! i would definitely do the same with im going to have my own child... =)

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  41. This is a great idea for capturing babies month by month. Same position, same clothing. I wasn't able to do this. Hopefully for my next? hahaha! good luck! Baby is sooooooooo darn cute! They grow up too fast noh?

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  42. Babies do grow sooo fast. Buti nga there are digital cameras na. During our time, our parents have to be careful what they will shoot with the 24 or 36 film di ba?

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  43. Nice photo chronicle. Good that you're putting into journal Pao's development.

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