A week ago, me, Jayson and Yllac released a hundred baby turtles to the ocean. It was an awesome experience to see how much Yllac easily grasp and understood the whole idea and process of releasing these beautiful creatures back to the sea. When he saw the turtle guy picked one and put it on the sand, he right away picked one too and threw it on the sand. ouch! I know, he's still learning gentle and careful and all that stuff. He enjoyed it so much and even followed them to the water. So cute. My baby and the turtles. But I can pretty much say, based from all of our past experience with Yllac and other animals, he sure is very natural with them. He isn't scared of them. In fact he's fascinated by them. And it's a relief for me to know that because I know Yllac is gonna grow up kind. A person who's kind to animals is a person with a good heart. So as a Mom, it gives me so much pride to see my two year old baby boy showing so much interest in animals. I can die now. Not really.
It was also one of the most blissful moments of my life as a human being, doing my good share in this world until the turtle guy said the most downer (but a FACT) thing ever: that out of the hundred turtles we released, only one, or two, or three the most will survive and live. And ever since that day those turtles made it on the top five of my prayer list. And I will continue to pray for them to live, to grow older than all of us.
I mean, let's give these turtles a chance to live and multiply. You and your friends and families can learn and support The Grand Pawikan Fest too. You can learn all about it here.
seriously, I swear in the lives of these turtles, this is not a sponsored post. c",) Our family just happen to like these oh-so-cute turtles. c",)
Have a great day!