An Amazing Journey of Love and Miracle

I’ve been patiently waiting for this moment putting this together into a story.I am still sleepy and tired but looking back I still can’t believe how we made this far. My wife and I had been talking wee hours of the night thinking what will our baby will look like and how would it feels like if that day comes?Anxiety and excitement never runs out as the months keeps moving to its due date. We are so grateful that we have friends and relatives who are there to help us and guide us into this unique experience.
We are so thankful to our co workers, friends(from virginia, california, texas,new york),families(from philippines and singapore) and relatives who had been there all thru out this journey. For the kind people who hosted the baby shower and everything, it made our hearts really melt.
I believe that miracles really happen and we owe it to God the almighty. I, as a husband at the same time the future dad. It didn’t fade into my mind the fear that delivering a baby involves a lot of risk.Having no control of the situation makes me so vulnerable and powerless. That the only thing makes me and us strong is the hope and prayers that GOD is always with us.I completely surrender myself to him that he is still my father my Lord who is much stronger than everything.
I sincerely thank my wife and truthfully I am very proud of her even though she was so much in pain and scared(I ask her whats your pain level in scale of 1-10? and she said “11”) She still manage to hold on to me and trust me with all her hearts.
We know that this is just the beginning. And I know countless diapers and sleeps will still be wasted, as our friends and relatives always tell “It will all be Worth it”. And I am greatly happy to tell my boy “welcome to the world my son”

Baby shower with co-workers. . .

Baby shower with Virginia,California and Texas friends

Baby shower with ate Esper and our dear Taxco neighbors

April 6,2011 the birthdate