We just spent a weekend with my in-laws where he was perfectly spoiled and where he also charmed everyone. He was just all smiles and lambing all the time, even cousins Lianne (3) and Iya (2) attend to his every want and need.
Sigh. My little prince charming having two princesses who will let him have his way... how lucky can a boy get? :) (woe to Mommy if he gets spoiled beyond measure though)
We watched OUIJA last night and it was Yakee who was last of the three kids to fall asleep. What's more, he kept making those hissing, whispering sounds he makes that prompted BIL to say that Yakee's scaring him more than the movie was.
Then, this morning, BIL woke up at 6:00 AM to grill the liempo and chicken they marinated and brought all the way from Pampanga. After cooking the lot, he decided to bring a plate to us in the hopes that we'd wake up when we smell it. Funnily enough, it was Yakee who woke up to the smell of barbecued chicken.
Meanwhile... it's nice bonding with in-laws. Aside from making us new additions understand our spouses more, it also allows us to become more a part of their family. Plus, you know you've reached a certain level of history with the family if you sometimes catch yourself telling stories about some of them to the latest addition (in this case, my BIL's wife-to-be).
I sort of consolidated the common ways we earn from home these days, you might want to check it out.
And in case you want to, I have a Pinoy Parenting Blog Carnival Entry as well.