Saturday, January 25, 2014

Birthday in School

My son turned 7  a week ago and since it fell on a school day, we brought some snacks for his classmates.  I talked to his teacher and asked if we could bring some treat for the kids and she   gave us permission.  I am so glad that my husband took a day off that day, I had help  in serving the children their snack (cupcakes, ice cream, and juice only).  I wish that I could make some Filipino gfood for them but they are not use to it so they might not like it.  
My Burritos, love their first grade teacher so much.  Mrs. G is such a nice and very kind teacher.  She is one of our favorites in school because she is so down to earth.  She would   stop her car when she sees us at our front yard  playing or out walking.

My daughter's birthday falls on Summer break so she never get to experienced  celebrating birthday in school.  I remember when she was in  kindergarten, the teacher gave her a very early celebration for her birthday  at their classroom, I thought that was very sweet.

18 comments:

  1. Oh my, cupcakes! The kids sure did had a great time on Mr. Burrito's birthday. They are all so cute. Belated happy birthday again, Mr. Burrito!

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  2. Ang cute cute nila! Belated happy birthday to your Burrito!

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  3. This totally brings me back memories when I was still in school haha - so fun! And for obvious things - they all seem so happy too!

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  4. Happy birthday again, saya ng mga bata .. ganda ng color ng cupcakes.

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  5. Looks like all the kids enjoyed the goodies you brought.

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  6. Awe! That is so sweet mommy. Belated Happy Birthday, young man. :) Looks like they love the treats.

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  7. Wow! Very delicious looking cupcakes! Awww, look at the birthday boy, he's so proud of mommy bringing goodies to his classmates for his birthday :)

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  8. i miss those days when i could have parties at school for son now he is in 8th grade they don't allow it

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  9. Burritos had a joyous birthday at school and everybody's happy!

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  10. Belated happy birthday to your son. I bet the kids had a blast with all the foods you brought for them.

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  11. i like how colorful his cupcake are, everyone seems to be so happy..esp your son..

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  12. That is totally sweet. I am looking forward to kids' birthday parties in school. Though I'd prefer her not growing up. LOL! Cupcakes look fun and they are so colorful! :)

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  13. Your son looks so adorable in his school attire Rose, glad he had a wonderful birthday at school.

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  14. Kids are easy to please. Just give them their cupcakes and their usual treats and they're good to go. Your son is the face of a happy birthday boy. Glad they had fun.

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  15. That's so kind of you sis. I can see so many "colorful" smiley faces there and you've just made these little kiddos happy. I bet Mr. Burrito had fun celebrating his birthday in school and got to share nice goodies courtesy or Mr. and Mrs. :)

    I believe that our early teachers were the ones that really helped mold us as we are now. I remember my KG teacher and GR. 1 teachers so well that I learned so much from them and took them as my second authority figures outside of class. They're really a class act! Pun intended. :)

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  16. awwwwww...how cute! buti pa sa private they allow parents to bring foods in school. Sa school nila akesh bawal...:)

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  17. Awww! Looks like a very fun day for the birthday celebrant and his entire class. Nice!

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  18. I love seeing the smile on Mr. B's face. I could tell he had a blast on his special day. Effort naman talaga ang loving parents para sa binata.

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