Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Career Day

The kids had fun on the third day of the Catholic School's Week celebration, it was a Career Day theme. Students were encouraged to wear a uniform of the professions that they like or they admire.  My son wanted to wear a police man outfit but  I did not have much time to shop for  a costume so I  thought, why not wear one of his Dad's sailor hat.  I also put a Navy insignia on his shirt which made it perfect.

It was more for the small kids than for the big kids.  The little ones are so cute in their outfits.  Some  dressed as doctors, dentists, teacher, and many other professions.  Below is my son with her classmate who wants to be a policeman and  cake decorator.
My daughter  did not really dressed up but she  did some sketches and brought it in class as she represents an Interior Designer.  I took photos of the kids  with my phone but unfortunately, the internet connection in my phone is acting up so I can't upload the photo on this post.  
On that the same day, I took my son to  the doctor  because he kept complaining about a pain in his waist.  I ignored it for a couple of weeks because  he always complains when it's time to go to school but since he was complaining a lot already, I thought of having him checked.  The doctor  performed some tests and even   had an XRAY to make sure but did not find anything wrong.  She came to a conclusion which is the same as mine, my little guy is stressed of going to school everyday.  

Now that everything  was checked out, he is not  saying that his waist is hurting which is good because I got worried there for a while.  I am glad though that I brought him to the doctor, I don't want to second -guess and find out later that he has something seriously wrong on him.  Glad it turned out okay.


  1. Glad you had the wrist checked out too.
    Kids and school can sometimes be so challenging.

  2. Future police man pala itong si EJ, next year Kyla will have that kind of activity din in their school. She wants to be a doctor raw :)

  3. I imagine a class full of careerists will will max on cute. Glad you got his wrist checked out. My friend told her daughter to stop complaining and sent her to school with a broken arm. Now daughter is in her 20s she never tires of bringing that up, too funny, in retrospect.
    Joy - ABC Team

  4. They're so cute! That uniform looks good on the little guy, glad you were able to save on the costume. Who needs a costume when you got the real thing, right? I'm glad he's okay. Hope he doesn't get stressed as much anymore.

  5. That's so fun! It must be awesome seeing those young souls looking like professionals! Na-stressed pala si Mr. Burrito? Haha. I hope he's well now!

  6. Ang cute ng son mo sa Navy uniform, but how I wish in your next post eh, makita rin namin na naka-police uniform siya. Mas pogi siguro.

  7. Awww... your little Navy man. Aba sosyal ang career ni Ms Burrito, sis, ang ganda pa naman ng bata. Cake decorator - how lovely!

  8. I wish schools here in Philippines have like that too. Kids will be much more interested and excited to go to school, for sure.

    Your son looks so cute! :)

  9. Love all the hats, especially the lovely headband! So glad everything is o.k. Have a great weekend!

  10. What a great thing for the kids to be involved in at school, They look darling.

  11. Lovely costumes. It is good to encourage the children and they looked to be having big fun.

  12. wow, it's really fun to have those kind of activities at school. may ganyan din sana dito sa pinas for the kids to enjoy school more.. :)

    cheers for sharing! your kids look good in their costumes.. :))


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