The month of May is about to end. A couple of years ago knowing this fact is such a pleasure for me because it only means one thing – classes are about to start. Now, the excitement is on my children’s start of school year! Myles will be on grade 1 while Jani will be on kinder 1. I’m looking forward to the days where my wife and I will help them with school work, listen to stories on what they did at school and watching them perform extra-curricular activities. Heck, if the four of us can get a chance to dance on stage together I will surely not back down. =)
I know that as they advance through each level it would just get more interesting. I’ll be curious on what subjects they would like or what courses they would take (I know I’m getting way ahead of myself). Everything about their future is something far above and beyond of everything I have looked forward to. No matter what lies ahead we will surely be there for them every step of the way.
I’m so excited to go home that I already want to pack my things up, but I can’t because 1) My clothes would get too wrinkled by the time I get home; 2) I still have some clothes from the laundry shop that I’ll be bringing. I think the reason why I’m so excited is because I can talk more sensible things to my kids than before.
And another reason is that for my first day there, I’ll be watching over them alone. My wife will be going out with her dormmates and my mom will be staying in Davao for a week. It’s the first time for me to be alone with them and I’m looking forward to a lot of things that we’ll be doing. This includes, but not limited to, playing the lego blocks, clay, drawing, coloring and then the puzzles. I can’t wait to see Jan2x play the 49-piece puzzle that Chubbs gave (thanks Chubbs!). If she can solve it, I’ll probably buy her a 100-piece puzzle during the year. Then who knows by the age of 7 or 8 she can already solve a 1000-piece one. Lol.
I went to divisoria today to buy for some clothes for my wife and kids. I just hope everything I bought would fit them. Especially those for Myles because he has a big head. We often have a hard time when he changes his clothes.
Me and the kids testing my laptop’s webcam. This was supposed to be only 1 or 2 pictures where three of us would smile but Jani apparently has something else in mind. And so we have to repeat it a few more times. Obviously, Jani doesn’t want to comply. Still we had fun. =)