Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Twinkle, twinkle



At first, I asked my hubby what quote would suit this photo of baby Kaiden. I showed him a list of quotes that I liked and he picked this one. "We can't all be stars. But we can TWINKLE!." His reason for this choice was because his eyes twinkle in this photo. hehe :) Well, I agree with him. I gave this as a gift (placed on a solid black picture frame) to my co-worker who has been very nice to me since I began working in the office. I was pleased to see her hang it on the wall by her desk. Twinkle, twinkle :)

4 comments:

DebbieDana said...

Gush, sobrang cute talaga ng mga boys mo! I'm wondering if the baby in the picture is Noah or Kaiden? They really look alike kasi! But I think it's Noah, right? hehe

Oh about the passport renewal process, you have to apply personally at the nearest Philippine embassy. When I checked their website, I think you should go to Philippine embassy in Chicago, IL since you're from Kansas, right? That's their jurisdiction. Here's the website of the Philippine Embassy where I got all the information in renewing my passport. You can also download all the forms there needed or required for your passport application. Hope that helps. :)

http://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/home.htm


If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask.


Debbie :)

DebbieDana said...

BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSPORT RENEWAL
1. Old passport (most recent) and one (1) photocopy of data
page(s) of old passport (Old passport is returned.)
2. Duly accomplished application form signed by applicant, or in
case of minor below 8 years old, signed by one parent or the
legal guardian upon presentation of proof of guardianship, and
bearing applicant’s left and right thumb marks
3. For minor below 18 years old, notarized Affidavit of Consent to
Travel issued by either parent, or the legal guardian upon
presentation of proof of guardianship.
4. Three (3) identical 1.77 in. x 1.37 in. colored photographs
(See no. VIII below.)
5. If old passport does not spell out the applicant’s complete
middle name: one (1) original or certified true copy and one (1)
photocopy of proof of middle name, such as Birth Certificate
and Baptismal Certificate etc.
6. Passport Processing Fees (See no. IX below.)
a. US$ 50.00 for 32 page booklet or
b. US$ 60.00 f or 64 page booklet

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
A. FOR MARRIED WOMAN WHO IS USING HUSBAND’S FAMILY
NAME FOR THE FIRST TIME
1. In case of woman married abroad: Report of Marriage
(See Report of Marriage Requirements.)
2. In case of woman married in the
Philippines: one (1)
original or certified true copy and one (1) photocopy of
Marriage Contract duly authenticated by the Philippine
National Statistic Office (NSO)


I just copied and pasted it here from the website.

iCalvyn.com said...

lolz... the baby are very cute

Jona said...

adorable!
just passing by....

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