My boys' school had early trick or treat last Oct. 24, last day before sem break. As I know about the school, they didn't want parents to be spending big money for school activities. And that's one of the things I like about this school. The theme is superheroes or villains and the school letter states that children could wear costumes but ordinary shirts with superhero/villain prints will do. Just happened that Gab has a pirate costume that I had custom-made for his graduation before. So again, he's a villain! This time, with a mustache and goatee. Aarrr!
Gab's cute classmates
Guess who is this Bumblebee?
We already have this bumblebee sweatshirt months ago (P399 SM Department Store) and this mask years back (P499 Toys 'R Us) :D
Zach's classmate as Darth Vader
Lined up for the treats
Fascinated by bumblebee
Who would ever think that Captain Hook and Poison Ivy would meet someday?
Unfortunately, a *&^%$#@! individual took this loot from the pirate. I put these treats in Gab's hat inside the room and when it's time to go home, all of them were lost. tsk tsk! He's about to cry and my friend saw him. Good thing, she took him and gave some of her kid's candies to Gab. Thanks for saving us!
More trick or treating to go!
Thursday, October 30
Don't Blow The Joker. First time to hear about this game. You need to blow the cards until only one card is left on top of the bottle. Kuya Zach is quite good on it using good breathing control. Unfortunately, the team only got 3rd place.
Futsal. Filipino version of soccer or football :)
Gab hit two opponents at the same time and he was so happy. But when it's time for their team to dodge the ball, he got hit after two balls throws and went to me sobbing. But when he was comforted, he remembered that he double-outed two guys at the same time. He's so proud of it that he kept telling his classmates, teachers and me about it.
Ready Spaghetti. They need to transfer the can to the other side using only the stick in their mouth. Again, they only got the 2nd or 3rd place.
Congratulations to Red Team for being the over-all champion!
If I could have another baby, I would take photos of him/her every single day. Just to capture the fleeting growth of the baby, which could get lost in my own memory. But it's so good if you have photos to look at and remember it by. That's something I didn't do for my two boys. And it's now easier to do that with tablets, ipads or phone cameras. But like me, I'm sure you have taken photos of your child's milestones in life? A milestone features any of the brain's four critical skill areas - intellectual, motor, emotional and communication. The firsts. First time to ride a bike, first day in school (every school year), first pets, first time to eat solids or even first baby steps.
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Monday, October 20
Okay, so the gif I made was a little bit not what I wanted to see. But I didn't want to remake it coz uploading photos to the gif maker website takes a lot of time. So please bear with that. And my chubby cheeks!
The boys has a new favorite resto. BonChon! Yey! I suggested it coz I've been hearing good remarks about it and our mall, SM Sta. Rosa (wow rich!) has a new BonChon branch. We stopped by at the mall after the boys' UN Day in school (note to self-I owe you a blog about that.) but not really sure what to do there. Then turns out I have new pants when we went home! Hey! I just reminded the hubby that he hasn't fulfilled his long due promise of buying me new pants. (Coz my pants don't fit anymore, tsk tsk.) Anyways, what gives me joy is to hear my boys loving the food that they eat, like mentioned it so many times when we're in BonChon. The lil guy ordered soy garlic shrimp, kuya Zach had poppers and fries platter and shared rice with the lil bro, the daddy had oriental chicken vegetable salad and I ordered honey lemon chicken. Burp! Can't wait to try their soy garlic chicken.
We also tried a new ice cream stall which is also Korean btw. It's called Jipangyi. We're intrigued with the J shaped cone. The cone tasted like corn balls but the ice cream is just like any other ice cream. We just bought one for Kuya Zach and headed to still #1 in our list, DQ double dutch blizzard.
Halloween is near so the toy store is once again full of skulls, skeletons, halloween costumes, eeky toys, etc. We're looking for pirate sword to add to the lil guy's costume for their school Halloween. But the one that suits his costume is a lil bit expensive. The daddy said he'll just look somewhere. The boys are excited for halloween!
Have a great day everyone!
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