Here's how you can do it.
Go to the Department of Foreign Affairs' website and download the Philippine ePassport Application Form. Alternatively, you can seek the help of your trusted travel agent to do it for you.
2. Certificate of marriage, NSO certified (original copy)
3. Passport of parents
4. Application fee of Php1,200
5. Umbrella and fan (because it could get really hot)
6. Letter of your confirmed appointment
*NOTE: Make sure that you have an appointment before going to DFA office.
We got Saffron's passport the next day.
Also, have your child wear something decent because he will be photographed. Look at how I dressed up Saffron!