Saturday, November 24, 2012

Trio Thanksgiving Treat

I attended the  Thanksgiving  lunch of the three classes (Pre-K, Kindergarten, and First Grade) at my  children's school last November 19, 2012.  I wasn't assigned as  homeroom mom volunteer but I went anyway because I did not want  my son to feel like I am neglecting his functions as he saw how I was very active with his sister before.
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There are many Moms who attended as well which makes the little ones very happy.

28 comments:

  1. galing naman may mga volunter talaga...the kids looks like they are having fun

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  2. I love school events and when my son starts schooling, I will make sure I will be there in every single event they will have. hihi!

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  3. Your kids are lucky to have you ate Rose because you have a lot of time with them. It seems EJ is now at ease going to school.

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  4. It is always great to see kids having fun at school. That's important to us parents too because we feel proud of them.

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  5. It is always fun visiting the children at school.

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  6. I am sure Mr. Burrito was very proud of you for helping out eventhough you're not part of the of the homeroom mom volunteers, Tokaya.

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  7. that's what i do too :D though i'm not volunteering for the classroom, i still go because i want to support my child :D

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  8. lovely photos..looks you really enjoyed

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  9. Haven't volunteered to my kid's school yet and she's been asking me when can I go :-( But we go for her events and parties though if we can :-)

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  10. Happy looking kids. They sure look thankful enough for their blessings.

    Regards sa volunteer mommy!

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  11. how cute...I love the center table decorations.

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  12. I am almost always present in my children's school activities whenever it is allowed of course. It's fun to be part of our children's life.

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  13. It looks like a very happy and successful event! Thank you for being part of Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  14. Sana dito meron ding ganyan..pwede ring mag-volunteer. I will gladly volunteer!!

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  15. Nice collection of your thanksgiving photos and I like how you process some of them.

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  16. Looks like a fun activity for the kids.

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  17. For sure your son will feel bad if you didn't attend sis. it sure was a fun day for the kids.

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  18. I agree with Roger! And being a parent is a lifelong time of caring and sometimes worrying. But we don't want to miss it.

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  19. Awe! Just by the looks of the photos, it was such a fun and succesful Thanksgiving Day for the kids and all. Hehehehe... gwapo ang si little man mo, mommy Rose. :) Good thing you were able to attend.

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  20. Cool! Hope you had a fun Thanks Giving weekend

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  21. It's really important to make your child feel that he is loved. And, simple things like that count to our own child's heart. Happy Thanks giving to you!

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  22. You hit the triple "T"...good for you!!
    Laurie @ pride in photos

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  23. I love going to the school and seeing what my son and all his classmates are up to - it's such a special treat for them when we make the time to show interest!

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  24. Awww! Mr. Burrito is one handsome kid and my oh my his eyes are so beautiful Sis Rose :-) Dropping by for Red Tuesday :-)

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It's always a pleasure to read what you have to say! Thank you!

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