In preparation for my daughter’s formal class in Preschool this year, we enrolled her in a summer class so she can be familiar with other kids who are also just learning to read and write.
My youngest daughter who will be turning five on June 12 will start her first year in Preschool as a Kinder I. Continue reading
First of all, lemme greet all those hardworking peepz out there a “Happy Labor Day”!
It’s another new month and I finally got a few minutes to create this post. As the title said, I am a very busy bee. When classes ended and summer vacation started in mid-March, I thought I could finally breathe in. But nope, with our three kids with me 24/7 there’s no way I could do that. Well, except for a couple of times when hubby and I sneaked out to have a quick date and our five days family vacation in Boracay (for the 2nd time).
What am I up to these days? Continue reading
Whereas the idea of trading at a craft fair may fill you with dread, these former scary places in dingy church halls and school playgrounds have developed into something quite fantastic providing a wonderful platform for talented artists and creative types to showcase their wares and assistance to develop their business.
It can be quite a daunting experience to adopt a stall at your first craft fair, many creative and artistic types are very quite shy people who get pleasure in creating their goods but don’t actually feel confident in displaying them to people, their potential prospects and actually making profits from their talents. Continue reading
Our two gradeschoolers and I could say, “Thank God it’s already summer vacation!”
This school year was a tough one. Perhaps it was because we enrolled our kids to a school that has the most priority when it comes to education. Greenland Academy has advanced lessons for their students (which we really liked) and a whole lot of examinations in store for them. While I often read on my husband’s Facebook account how parents were busy reviewing their kids for each periodical exams (and that would be four for the entire school year) I, on the other hand had to go through the stress of reviewing my two kids (Grade 1 and Grade 2), three times for each grading period (you do the Math). And that did not include assignments and quizzes for almost every day or sometimes every other day.