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Monday, February 21, 2011

Love is Light

Ms. Burrito  did not go to the Sunday class  for a couple of times this month.  Mr. Burrito on the other hand  got  brave and went with the other kids.  I was so proud with him because  he usually goes when his sister  does.  I remember the first time he tried it, he  asked me to go with him even if his sister was there.
Sunday class is a  program given to children before reading the of the Bible during masses.  A volunteer accompanies the  kids and  read Bible to them, pray, ad do some religious arts and crafts. Above is what Mr. Burrito made.  He brought the other activity for his sister.
Ms. Burrito got busy with it when came home.
The "Word for Children" is a program of the church which aims to give the  adults a full concentration during the reading of the scriptures.  The kids return to the parents after the homily was given by the priest.
I am glad that our son had the courage to go there by himself.  He is becoming more independent now.  Way to go Mr. Burrito.

21 comments:

  1. way to go for ur burrito, rose. he's on that stage na "kaya ko na"-trying to do things on his own.

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  2. glad that your church has programs for kids such as Bible readings.

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  3. We have this program at our church, and my children are too old for it!

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  4. That is a wonderful program. The Bible can be a serious read if you are young, with difficulties in learning. Thus, such a class gives them an introduction in the Bible slowly, the little lessons now will have the children ready to want to study when they are older. Noce!

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  5. Sobrang serious sya sa kanyang ginagawa. :)

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  6. Oi good news to ah. At nagdala pa nang something to work for her ate hehehe. Great job EJ!
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  7. a wow, ganda naman ng art... love the crayon marks on the love is light.. hehehe..

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  8. way to go sa mga Burritos mo. i can sense a proud parent. happpy RT!

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  9. that is such a wonderful program. make the kids more interested too!

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  10. Mr. Burrito was so sweet to share with his sister!

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  11. Babait ng mr burito mo, well babait ng mga burritos mo bading. kumusta kayo dyan, dami ba snow sa inyo?

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  12. Galing naman talaga ng mga kiddos mo i'm proud of your mr burrito sana my kyla ay ganyan din masyado nakadikit sa akin eh ..

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  13. Your son is wonderful, way to go. I am sure he likes being indenpent too.

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  14. It's wonderful watching them grow into happy, confident little beings, isn't it?

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  15. Wow naman, ang ganda nang art work ni EJ at ang tapang naman niya na sumali sa Sunday school maski hindi ninyo kasama si Rylie. Mukhang nagmamature na ang binatilyo mo at natututo nang makipag congregate sa ibang bata maski hindi niya kasama si ate, hehehe. Way to go for your kids. Matamis talaga ang bunga kapag ang puno ay matamis din. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  16. She looks very intent on what she is working on. So good for kids to be exposed to the Bible and its teachings.

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  17. That's a good achievement, Mr. Burrito :)

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  18. way to go EJ...ehehhee...he is trying to come out from his comfort zone....that is a good sign...ehehhehe!

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  19. ay cute naman ni EJ.. big boy na siya hihi..

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