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Monday, November 4, 2013

All Saint's Day 2013 at St. Joe's

The Kindergarten and First Graders were the ones  in-charged for the All Saint's day celebration at St. Joseph Church.  My son was very excited  because he was one of the readers  at the mass and he also brought the bread at the altar   during the offertory rites.  I asked my husband to go to his work later that day because he kept missing  our son's involvement in school  so he did.  I am glad that he  attended because it made our son very proud of what he can do.  Here are the photo I took last Friday.
The kindergarten and First Graders  have to wear  either a saint costume or an angel  costume.  My son is wearing a St. Joseph costume.  Below are some snapshots during the offertory procession as the children brings  the saint banner for their  classes.
It is a joy to  watch the little kids acts like adults in the ceremony.  I salute  those teachers who  patiently teaches the kids for these.  I like it that they  train the kids at an early age to build their self confidence.  
After the mass, we got to take a group picture of them.
I remember when my son first did this  when he was in Kindergarten, my husband was not there so he was a bit bummed out.  He did great but this time, he did even better knowing that his Dad was with me.  I think that father figure is very important for the kid's development.    I think that, it is one role that we can not do as Moms, the father  figure to our children's life.

14 travelers' comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

What a great experience for them especially your son. Hope your week is a good one Diane

Dhemz said...

ang cute! pogi ni EJ...musta halloween nyo sis?! trying to get back to AH...:)

joy said...

pretty little angels, seeing healthy and happy kids makes me happy too

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Haha! Ang cute talaga ng anak mo - something I've noticed eversince!
Ang bait naman!

Weekend-Windup said...

Very nice to see your kids involvement. He looks very happy. Beautiful shots...

AdinB said...

Awe! These kids are adorable. And what a lovely time at the church.

April McGregor said...

aww.. made me miss going to a Catholic school.:)

rainbowdoll said...

If I had a studying kid at school, it'd be also nice if both his/her parents can support him and at least participate with him during school events..that was something I was not able to experience and I don't have her/him to miss. It's a good thing you were able to make your husband come! So there will be no regrets <3 The Angel costumes are sweet!

jo-anne said...

Looks like all the kids had fun and they all look so adorable!

Franc said...

The kids looks so cute in their costumes.

MzBaker said...

awww what great photos and memories your son's adorable and looks like he's enjoying himself too. Great experience for the kids!

Kaye @ I Love Keisha said...

I remembered my first communion in these photos. Your son looks so adorable and angelic.

Kaye @ I Love Keisha said...

Your son looks so adorable and angelic. This made me reminisce my first communion way back.

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

I wish ganyan din mag-celebrate ng all saint's day dito sa Pinas.

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