A collection of sweet acts from my Big Bunso, now 10 years old. He is still the same sweet guy and he also extends this kindness to his baby brother.
Sweet gestures at 7 years and 10 months old
September 26, 2013
The school’s kind registrar gave Big Bunso two pieces of polvoron. He ate one and gave the other to his mother. He told her, smiling, “I know you like polvoron. I’m sharing this with you, and I tried very hard not to give it to you in pieces.”
Sweet gestures at 8 years and 3 months old
February 21, 2014
You are very much welcome, my Big Bunso.
Sweet gestures at 8 years and 3 months old
February 20, 2014
I was in an out-of-town commitment for four days. And for four days, I wasn’t able to kiss my boys, specially my Big Bunso whom I share the same bed with. I arrived home Friday night, too late a night to wake the boys up. I just checked on them and tucked their blankets around them.
Something small caught my attention. And that little something was resting beside my Bunso’s arm.
The following morning Big Bunso relayed to me that he missed his mama. He saw his mama’s ID and decided to put it beside him so he could sleep better. He also told me that he was aware that I have arrived already. He felt the brush of my hair against his face and smelled the old familiar scent of my hair.
Sweet gestures at 6 years and 10 months old
October 17, 2012
It has always been a tough day at work. Commuting is something very draining as well. But I always look forward to coming home where my three kids wait for me.
We would check their notebooks, answer their assignments, and review the day’s lessons. Sometimes, in the middle of our studying, I would stop and smile.
That is why in as much as possible, I do not want to whine. I do not want to cry if I am exhausted and is about to lose my head. Because my kids’ simple and generous gesture of thoughtfulness and gratefulness truly melts all the whining and exhaustion. They always make me incredibly happy. And that night, everything seems to be so light.
Sweet gestures at 7 years and 8 months old
July 25, 2013
It might be because of tradition or culture that most children would give their first salary to their parents. Or it might be just for sentimental reasons that we reward our parents for their hardship in raising us and giving us good education.
Yesterday, my seven-year-old son gave me a bar of Vochelle cool mint dark chocolate. He earned the chocolate by helping in the school office. After his not-so-stressful work, he got the chocolate as a reward.
He gave the chocolate bar to me and said, “I worked hard for this. and I want to give this chocolate to you because I worked hard for this and I know you love mint chocolates!”
Sweet gestures at 5 years and 8 months old
August 12, 2011;
Big Bunso: Do you know, mama, why I always wake up early?
Momi Berlin: Why?
Bunso: Whenever we sleep, I always put my feet near yours so when I can’t feel your feet anymore, that means you’re already up. I will then wake up and join you for breakfast.
So sweeeet! I am a new mom and as early as now, my 9 month old baby bunso is the sweetest! For moms like us, smiles, big hugs, cuddles are our stress-reliever. I hope and pray that as my boys grow, they’d still be sweet lil men, because they’ll always be my babies 🙂
They will surely be the sweetest. Many say that kids imitate elders and their definition of things are based on how we portray them.
What a thoughtful young man! I found tears springing to my eyes as I read this post. My kids are all grown up now but I remember how hard it was being a full time working Mum. You feel like you are missing out on so much. Hope your boy stays just as cute forever
Super resonated with me, your posts and stories. I miss my kids all the time. I really do. And as for you, my friend, isn’t it really nice to have such wonderful kids who at random and unexpected times, show you love in the most extraordinary way?
This is so sweet. Kids are amazing and the little things they do are often unforgettable. Love the feet comment at the end of your post. I can relate.
Your son is so sweet, natouch naman ako sa polvoron and ID. He knows your likes and he really missed you. With regard to first salary, ang alam ko naman give it to God (tithe).
Super duper sweet! Just yesterday, I felt the same sweetness from my eldest. We were earing in a reastau and I was busy cutting up my slice of meat to share with them as we only have 1 order. After so many slices already, he asked me why I’m not eating, I said because I have to slice and share with you first. He then offered his slice to me. Awwww, melted! Which reminds me to post it on fb, lest my poor mommy memory fail me hehe.
I love these mommy tales! Makes me want to have a bunso too!
This is really cute. Great stories. I love the story where he slept next to your id! The other ones are great as well. He’s very good at sharing!!
This is so sweet. Your son at an early age works at the school office and the first thing he buys from his hard earned money is for you. So touching <3 From your story, I can remember myself making my mom my entire world when I was a child and I'd give her little things to surprise her too. I miss my mom now.
He used to stay at the school office because his class dismissal was earlier than his kuya. He waited for his kuya so they will be home together. I had work that year so no one would look after him at home. Yes, he is so sweet.
You’re indeed very blessed with your sons especially this little one. At a very young age they akready know how tos how their love. You’re a great mom! That effort of preserving the polvoron is priceless ❤️
Yes, the tastiest polvoron ever. Thank you. ❤️
awwww. sweet moments. haeartwarming stories. cherish it, kasi pag teens na like my kids, di na masyadong sweet. and i kindda missing it 🙂
My two other boys are teens na and yes, they arent that sweet anymore.
You’re raising him so well. 🙂 Such a blessed mommy. I would like my little boy to grow up into a loving person too. 🙂
He will surely be a loving person. Just surround and embrace him with love and care and he will surely be a real gentleman and sweet lad.
Super sweet! Just how kids can be the sweetest? They show you love in the most unexpected ways. I can only imagine how they take away your tiredness from work by just smiling at you. Hehe you’re so lucky to have such sweet kids. 🙂
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He is so sweet, sana ang si little kulit ko din ganyan ka sweet when he growup.
He will surely be. Kids imitate their parents. They learn to hug because we hug them. They learn kiss because we do that to them. They know how to reciprocate.
Your kids have always been so sweet to you. It’s so fulfilling to be a parent of these kids especially when you hear them say these to you. Right? We’ve been playing with our daughter too recently and she loves to sing The Wheels on The Bus. She suggests the person or the thing that is inside the bus and adds what that person says and then we sing for her.
Ex. she wants Daddy… I sing, The daddy on the bus says, “I love you”(2x)(she fills up the words for the song). The daddy on the bus says I love you, all through the town.
Makes my heart warm all the time. She knows she is loved very much.
Kids could really feel our love even when they are small and clueless of things. And what a sweet way to bond with your daughter. I am imagining her cute giggles as she sings.
Awww! So sweet.. Favorite ko yung part ng ID sis 🙂 Worth all your sacrifices Mommy Berlin 🙂
Thanks. Love that as well 🙂
Having kids that are just so sweet and thoughtful is already a blessing beyond measure. And seeing them grow makes my heart cry.. I am not yet ready to let go of those sweet and thoughtful gestures from my little ones… And sarap sa pakiramdam always!
That is so sweet that your child appreciates you being a great mom and even he is so tiny, he has that generosity in him and tend to help others. Don’t let him ever lose it!
Simple gestures make the biggest impact, especially when done by kids! And they say that sons have a special bond with their mothers. Great job on raising such a compassionate son!
Nakakaiyak and sweet naman! Sana pag lumaki ang mga boys ko ganyan din sila kasweet sa kin. 🙂
Siguradong sweet din sila sa yo. 🙂 sabi nila sweet daw talaga ang mga boys sa mama nila 🙂
That was so sweeeetttt! <3 Made me tear up a little IDK why hehe! I personally think boys are sweeter to their moms than girls, I just hope my little girl would stay sweet to me in the future hehe
Thank you 🙂
So so sweet! I guess people will never understand how deep an impact it creates in parents when our kids do something out of the ordinary for us. lucky you!
Oh, my heart! I especially love the polvoron moment. I’m instilling the value of sharing in my son and while he shares (most often when urged hehe), I hope he’ll grow up to be a generous and kind person.
He will surely be a generous person. With your patience in teaching him plus seeing around him that everybodys generous, he will surely be one
Such a sweet kid! You are lucky to have raised affectionate boys. I look forward to share moments like this with my son as well. 🙂
That is so sweet and cute! Makes me want to have a baby boy already, but I have a baby girl. Good job raising a sweet and thoughtful child!
Haha. I have four boys and each time, I prayed real hard that the next baby will be a girl. But God must have greater plans for me thus blessed me with boys instead. Hello to the baby girl 🙂
Such a sweetheart!!! I love even the littlest gestures done by my kids too. Those make my day, any day!
Ang sweet naman ng anak mo! I remember when I left my kids for a three-day trip. It was my first time ever to go without them but it was a team building event kasi. Paguwi ko, kumakanta na sila nung jingle ng nido na “you may be my mom but you’ll always be a buddy to me”…with matching tears! Ang dramaness! haha.
WOW! I love it so much when he put your id beside him it was the sweetest. Sana hanggang mgbinata sya ganyn p dn hehe
Sana nga. He still hugs me pa naman ang kisses me paminsan minsan. Pero sana kahit binata na sya. Rheheh.
You are lucky to have a sweet child 🙂 Hahah, my daughters are suplada, like me. Pero deep in my heart they know they won’t have any other mom like me. Enjoy your sweetling!
Haha. Your daughters are lucky to have a mom like you. i could see the love and support you gave and continuously shower them.
You touched my heart with this story. God is really amazing he blessed you with very sweet and loving kids. He really knows what we need 🙂
Thank you for this. So sweet of you as well.
Awww… that was so sweet! That answer of your big bunso is super love <3
Yes, hope to read more of those. Ehehe.
Mukang sa lahat si Big Bunso ang pinakasweet no? I agree that the kids imitate what their parents do, kaya kami ni hubby ingat when in front of Cloud.
True on ingat when in front of the kids. The other two big boys have their ways to show their sweetness but yes, the Big Bunso is so expressive. Hihi
Wow I find it rare for boys to be so expressive!
And I am happy to have a son like him then.
Awww. I like that drawing inside the circle. Very sweet and touching. Ikaw talaga ang queen ng buhay ng boys mo.
You have such sweet kids!!! I’m sure your heart melts everytime.
He sure is the sweetest! He never runs out of reasons to melt mum’s heart! Don’t you just wish they’d be this sweet even when they are older! 🙂