My little cutie pie was made a star during their recent production in her school’s foundation week celebration. All the students were assigned “Houses” and each house was composed of students from all year levels starting from the toddler class to high school. Maxine was made part of Red Agila, which she was so proud of though I doubt she understands it hehe. Since she was the youngest, and the cutest (stage mom alert!), she was the baby and as I said the star. During their practices (I brought her to school during these times because I played nanny when Mama just had her operation), I saw how all her other house-mates take care of her. They were playing with her, carrying her around, and basically vying for her attention. It was too cute for words!
Come the day of the actual presentation, or the field demonstration, where all the Houses will showcase their production numbers, she made a grand entrance, riding a tricycle-turned-mini-float dressed up with a bazillion paper flowers. She was the cutest bee! Her Dad said (I was again absent from this!) that she didn’t actually dance, rather just stood there and be cute. I didn’t think she had any inkling that they were entertaining the guests. And the best thing–their team won for best performance, yay!
Our toddler gamely woke up at the crack of dawn one weekend to join her schools’ fun run, which is part of their foundation week celebration. I remember Ate Mischa had her first when she was in Kinder, and Maxine is much younger now in Toddler. She actually had fun according to the Dad, and even cried when they went home. Haha! Hope she’ll be fitter and more athletic than poor old Mommy 🙂
Mischa’s school held a Day Camp for some of their grade schoolers, which she joined. This was not required but the big girl insisted she wanted to join so we arranged our very tight schedule to accommodate her request. It was after all, a bonding activity for parent and child. And thank God we did go (at last the Dad did) with her for it was fun and educational. An independent group facilitated the activities, such as making fires, learning different kinds of knots, and learning other life-saving and survival skills.
The kids who participated were grouped, and came from varying grades and sections, so it was an opportunity for them to meet other school mates. Good thing too that Mischa’s team won, hooray!
Congratulations to our big baby girl for receiving the Sacrament of the Eucharist! I love how pretty the first communicants were!
I may not be the preachy type because I totally believe that holding your faith close to you and treating others well, but I do hope, anak, that you truly live the Christian life. Be the best daughter for the Holy Father, and you will go a long way. Never treat others badly for they are part of who you are, no matter how terrible they may treat you sometimes.
Ain’t she the cutest nurse?
Yesterday, she and her classmates participated in their school’s Community Heroes’ Day. We scouted for her costume at the local market near us, and I am glad I didn’t have to buy online or in more expensive stores. Thank goodness for that spate of non-working holidays.
As I have posted on FB, I am really sorry for always missing her school activities. I hope she and even Ate Mischa don’t hate me too much. It is for them that I choose work over them sometimes. I would never choose work because I love my work more, but because I have to.
Because I already took a leave of absence on Maxine’s birthday, I could not come with her during her first United Nations activity in school. Her class was picked to represent the South American region, and I have long bought her costume when I had the chance to pass by a costume store. She looked so pretty as Ms. Venezuela! I let wake up early that day so I dress her up and take her photos. Sorry, anak, hehehe.
Thank God for mommy friends in school and FB pages, I was able to see her performance and other photos while in school.
A few weeks back, Mischa’s school held a post-Valentine concert. Being the supportive parents we are, we trooped to watch her (and the whole school) perform musical numbers. Unfortunately, we were so far back, and it was dark when her class performed, that I didn’t see her singing and dancing at all. Plus, as she is one of the tallest, she normally is positioned at the back. Being petite myself, I didn’t realize before now that being tall could be disadvantageous. lol. The dad was able to go near enough, and recorded it so at least I got to watch it later on.