Our daughter will just enter kinder garden school but I am starting to get curious how would it be to have a graduating child. So when a good friend Ate Agnes invited us for their son's HS graduation party, we did attend.
Ate Agnes is dear to us because she is one of EJ's godmother so I did not hesitate to help barbecuing when we arrived at the venue.
Goodluck to your new journey Ross.
A photo of mareng Raquel (5 months preggo), me, and Ate Agnes's sister, Norie. We are all bicolanas so we had so much fun talking to each other.
They had a graduation piñata which they did after the chow time. Too bad my kids weren't to my FIL already so they weren't able to participate.
The BBQ lady lol.
Two days after that, we also attended to the graduation party of our neighbor's daughter. They are pretty nice neighbor so we can't say no.
With the two graduation parties that we attended, I can say that it's a tough job for parents over here. I learned that, when you attend a party, you don't need to bring a gift, you just hand out card with cash in it. I find it really practical that they do that as it will help the student a jump start to their college fund.