👋 Oi, mga repapips, Brian Dys here! I love music, photography, and creative stuff like UX design and art. This is a place where I collect my thoughts and works. Apart all these, I’m Jaycelle’s better half and Bryce’s dad. 🥰
Glenn, Mireille, and Maxine
Props to this young couple who I am glad to call my in-laws – to be experiencing a different level of togetherness.
Bamboo trees are a great companion when defecating in the woods. They keep the secrets of wily hikers who cover their tracks in mounds of unassuming soil and leaves.
Do the Taho Dance
Just before heading out to lunch, Jaycelle offered me a different kind of appetizer – taho. Bryce wouldn’t even bother tasting it. He knows the color of chocolate, though.
D for Gog
Before any leisure activity is learning activity. This is our routine at this stage of Bryce’s adventures. He recognizes almost all of the animals plus the sounds and movements they make – “wave dance” for octopus, “growling sound” for dog, “head and tummy scratch” for monkey, and “epant” for elephant.
Do You Wanna Be a Faceless Man?
So you wanna be a faceless man
Aisu ma ni do aisu ma nido ne
Sai kai itsu ka you will know it all perfectly
Nothing to feel
I am gonna be at your will
~ A Day for You by Love Psychedelico
Al B. Roto
Don’t get him wrong, Bryce is a happy baby most of the time and just like everyone else at his age, he has quirks. His is that of designating either his mom or his dad to do a specific task. Dad, water please. Mom, change channel please. Mom, done in the high chair please. And when Dad will prepare to pull him out, he will cry.
Thank you, January and we welcome February with open arms.