Wednesday, December 11, 2013

School Activities

We went to the hospital last night.  The choir at my children's school got invited to sing to a  Christmas party there.  The first grade was not invited to sing but I signed up my son anyway because the last time    my daughter sang, he was bummed  out.  I am glad that the music  teacher  included my son this time.  They were very  happy  proud of what they did last night.

As a parent, it makes me feel so  overjoyed  seeing my kids  so active in school activities.  Last week, I helped facilitating the Secret Santa Shop for kids in the school and so glad that I was there as I captured the photo below.  My daughter was chosen by her teacher to represent their class   for the charity work they did.  A photographer from a local newspaper came and took their photo which will be publised in a  newspaper.

I h ope that  our kids would continue to do good in all their school endeavor.

18 comments:

  1. it is good for children to understand charity works on their early age, you raise your children well sis, surely they will continue to do good not only in school but on their life endeavour :)

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  2. ahh...carolling is what we can do to cheer up people around us.

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  3. This is a great way to teach our children about charity works. It's not always about money, these simple gestures also makes a difference.

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  4. mr. burrito looks so smart in that ensemble. am sure he had a grand experience singing with the choir. exposing children early on with charitable activities is something each mum should strive to do!

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  5. It is great that your kids really participates in school activities.

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  6. That is so nice! Letting our kids know and understand charity would help them empathize with people who are less fortunate and they will learn to value life.

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  7. Very nice! I'm happy to hear lots of RC churches are active these days in spreading the Faith to the kids and make them do more good deeds!

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  8. Aww! They owe it from you. You are raising them well. So, give yourself a tap on the back for doing such a fantastic job! :) Good looking kids by the way.

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  9. i love when son participates in school activities it's so fun

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  10. I think it is very important that children do participate in school activities because they will learn from it.

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  11. Awe! That is so nice mommy. You guys raised your kids really well. Congratulations to her and to you parents. :)

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  12. It's nice that they are active for their extra curricular activities and they love what they are doing too, which matters most.

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  13. That is so nice the he was willing to participate mommy... that is so sweet of your little man too. Awesome kids!

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  14. You should be proud of your burritos, sana ganyan din si Kyla medyo shy eh :(

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  15. If I am in your situation, I will be a proud mommy, too! :) They are what they are because of their parents. Good job Rose and to your hubby for raising your kids that way.

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  16. Your kids are getting bigger. It's nice to know that they are so involved in their activities.

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  17. Wow sounds so exciting! And I too hope they can keep on participating in school activities because it would help a lot in knowing different people and learning their own talents and confidence!

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  18. Your son is truly so handsome. I like his smile on the photo. It's great to know that he's also a choir member.

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

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