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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Sunset Watching with Rash Free Zach

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boudreaux's Butt Paste. All opinions are 100% mine.
I have only one sibling, a brother born about a year and a half after me making us definitely close as close can be. For most of our lives we woke up together, went to the same school. Even as children took a bath together, ate together, slept together. Whereas he has Chinese looking eyes, i have wide deep set ones and while i have a tan skin he has the kind that literally glows in the dark.
(photo of me and nephew Zach Franche taken by my brother on one of our sunset watching trips)
We grew up in a house where we had an awesome view of the sunrise and minutes walk to where the sun sets. Our dad has instilled in us the love for nature and the arts. He would take us fishing on weekends and oh how i treasure those memories of us together as a family watching the sun go down. Dad left earthly life about a year and four months ago. My brother has two kids, a boy and a girl while i have two boys. Whenever we have the time we make it a point to get together and reminisce our good old childhood days with dad.
We took my nephew Zach on another sun-going down show at the beach the other weekend. He was a bit fussy and teary eyed after we got off the car and took photos by the bridge. We tried giving him jelly ace but that too together with my singing failed to make him smile. After a little while i realized while carrying him that his diaper was already soaked. My sister-in-law checked on it and saw that he had rashes all over his butt. He became whiny and none of our voices succeeded in calming him. My brother had to rush back home which was just near anyway for the butt paste that mommy aunt me here suggested days ago, Boudreaux's Butt Paste which as recommended by Pediatricians has 16% Zinc Oxide, Peruvian balsam...treats diaper rash and soothes irritated skin and comes in convenient sizes of tubes, jar and single foil packs. The latter being extremely handy for trips to the beach just as we often do. Not long after applying the paste, Zach made a motion to go down from my lap and went running to the glory of the sun and the waves, even managing to sketch cute circles on the sand!

And just as the sun went all the way down from the sky to the water, i thanked God for all the blessings he has given our family and amidst dad's absence we feel his presence with us in the sky, the air and Zach's laughter... that thanks to Boudreaux's Butt Paste.
serenaded us on our way back home.

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10 comments:

  1. "Our dad has instilled in us the love for nature and the arts. He would take us fishing on weekends and oh how i treasure those memories of us together as a family watching the sun go down."---- oh Zen, we have very similar childhood, I really enjoyed my younger days where we would walk to the river, and try our luck fishing and shrimping, I love fresh water shrimp. Even at the beach, we would still catch fish, hehehe :)

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  2. cutie baby Zach! great post here, doki! i love my childhood days too & i do miss my dad a lot. he loves bringing us to the river ( where i played with tadpoles with my elder brother) since we don't have any beach near us. wish photography is already an IN thing during those days. :)
    ~twinzy

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  3. Liz and Ami, thanks for inspiring me to blog. haven't log in to blogger for few weeks until now. :)

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  4. Hi, I like 3rd & 4th pictures most. Those are very cool.

    http://wwwmysrilanka.blogspot.com

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  5. a wonderful post sis Zen, it brings back memories of my father and me back home in Cavite, we have a small backyard with gardens before and we use to plant mais, and other fruits and vegetables... i'm a "tatay's girl" ;)

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  6. Lovely pictures! These images remind me of watching the sunset at the beach with my dad a long time ago.

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  7. im told im not romantic.so i want to sit out with the wife this evening and talk watching the sunset n stars.what extras can i add here?"thanks for your ideas.

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  8. It must be nice to see the sunset every evening!

    Diaper rash is no fun at all for children and parents!

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  9. im told im not romantic.so i want to sit out with the wife this evening and talk watching the sunset n stars.what extras can i add here?"thanks for your ideas.

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  10. Zach is such a cutie, Kulasa! He has the nicest smile! Even his eyes light up! I'm one with everyone, I am blessed with a wonderful childhood. Sadly, we we weren't frequently by the beach since we live in the metropolis, but I have fond memories of tadpoles and dragonflies from vacant lots and abandoned houses -hahaha!

    Since my sister made parents out of Doods and I, we've been trying to give the girls the same wonderful childhood -I hope a better one! :)

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