Happy 2nd!

Exactly two years back on this day, we’ve submitted our papers to the Minami Ward office to register our marriage – making us (A&M) officially tied together in the eyes of the Japanese government. The Japanese civil marriage is almost like an anti-climax what with nary even a one-minute exchange of vows; just submission of the required papers albeit the papers were quite hard to procure. Hence Hubs promised he’ll give me a very memorable wedding to make up for it. True enough, come April 30, we did have a great and truly memorable wedding which was even featured in the May 2012 issue of Martha Stewart Wedding Philippines magazine much to my giggling delight.

Last year, our anniversary saw us frolicking around Vienna, Cesky Krumlov and Prague.

This year, our anniversary saw us giggling over our pretty newborn child, Yui.


Thank you Lord for the blessings, for the love, the respect, the companionship, among others. Guide us, bless us, as we continue counting the years of our happy married life.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. missy
    Sep 23, 2012 @ 12:55:50

    she’s beautiful! ๐Ÿ™‚ congratulation!


  2. leadeleon
    Sep 26, 2012 @ 20:05:29

    Wow, Yui has rosy cheeks already? =) So pretty! And can I just say I love her hands, especially those long, slender fingers =) Btw, what’s her full name? Is it Yui lang?


    • atsushiandmarjorie
      Sep 27, 2012 @ 16:41:27

      Hehe yeah Lรฉ, rosy and chubby cheeks haha. Thanks sa compliment! ๐Ÿ™‚ yeah super haba nga ng fingers. Here’s to hoping singgaling, if not better, ng dad nya pag dating sa gitara.
      It’s not a fad here in Japan to have more than one given name. Sa atin minsan umaabot ng 3 or more and normal na ang two given names.
      I’ve proposed to hubs to have two given names but he said our baby will have difficulty with the government documents which I can see why. They don’t even use middle names here (yung family name ng mom while single).
      Yui’s name has two kanji characters nga eh whilst Atsushi only has one. ๐Ÿ™‚


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