Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Listen to the Angels

In order to help build the self confidence of the little ones, my Burritos school  hosts an annual Christmas play that are participated  by  kindergartner and first grader students.  Last year's play was dubbed as "Listen to the Angels".
 Mr. Burrito was very nervous but he did not cry.  One of the first graders cried the whole time they were on the stage.
 We invited Lolo Don and Lola Ruth to watch the show.
 Mr. Burrito did fine as a shepherd boy.
Listening to the "Angels" sang different songs  was pure joy and excitement.  Happy birthday Mr. Burrito, he turned 6 years old today.  Mom, Dad, Pap, and Ate love you so much!

28 comments:

  1. It's such a good idea to allow the children to play act the birth of Christ. Happy Blue Monday, Rose.

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  2. that's really cool :D he looks so happy and i'm sure he really enjoyed the play

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  3. The children are angels sent to us - the play shows their angelic side. Beautiful children are gifts of the best kind!

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  4. this is such a great opportunity for kids acting the life of our Savior..

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  5. awwwwww...the cute Shepard boy is so cute!

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  6. Mr. Burrito looks like he is having fun.. its good thing the school come up the idea of building the self confidence of the pupils...

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  7. Oh my this is so so wonderful to see. I love every single picture!! This is a wonderful post!! I feel as if I were there!

    Happy Ruby Tuesday, Rose.

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  8. i love watching plays on kids, they're just natural and fun...

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  9. ay cute naman ni BUrrito..keep it up little boy..

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  10. Aww!!!! lovely photos! Admittedly, this is one of those things we miss in homeschooling.

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  11. What an adorable shepherd! I bet he had lots if fun! Great pics too.

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  12. Im so proud of Mr. Burrito for not crying! Brave boy na!

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  13. Your kiddo is so adorable! I haven't seen a lot of kids who love to do school plays and it's interesting to know that they do enjoy and love it.

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  14. Great shots of the children. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  15. My granddaughter was an angel in her school Christmas play.


    An Arkies Musings


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  16. aw, you must be very proud to see your little one on the stage. =)

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  17. awesome! Happy birthday to you Mr. Burrito.

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  18. Indeed, such a great activity for young students to boost their confidence!

    Re: Thanks for your input, sis about the piano! Magkasing-edad ba si Ms Burrito mo and my Triz?

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  19. he is so adorable, i bet you have a very proud family

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  20. Your little boy fits the role to a T. Children can really be such angels.

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  22. looks like your little boy enjoyed the event and belated happy birthday too.

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  23. Nice photos. KM did played an angel in one of her school Christmas play then. I know how you felt seeing your kid did his thing. Masaya at masarap, di ba?

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  24. Oh Mr Burrito looking very handsome with his costume. :-)

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  25. I can't wait to see our little man doing something like this..too cute.

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