Now that it's out, I can now share photos from the shoot.
Our Seven's print ad for Avon is now in circulation (for October 2012).
His mom was 21 years old when she did her first print ad (for Smart Telecom). It took 30 years to convince me for a print ad (for Cravings Restaurant). It took Seven 22 days to do his own.
Everything happened so fast. 3 talent agents wanted to present Seven for a print ad. Anie was happy and proud, naturally. But then she was surprised when Seven was approved immediately when they saw his photos on Facebook.
Fortunately, then-three-week-old Seven cooperated and didn't have a hard time during the shoot. Other parents and baby handlers were all surprised when they asked how old Seven was. He was so small then, I had a hard time recognizing him when I got to see the actual print ad earlier today.
We're truly proud parents. I also think Seven looks a lot cuter now. About time for the next ad? Amen! =)
Father to Seven. Prefers to be called "Pop" because Daddy is too sosyal, Papa can mean boyfriend / boy-toy or a ketchup, Tatay is too un-sosyal, and Popsie is just three letters too much. I don't like the cola because it's too sweet, but I esteem coach Gregg Popovich because he gets the job done. So Pop it is.