Last March 24, 2011, I attended my daughters’ school’s craft fair. Student artists and crafters displayed very nice and cute items made from colored papers such as fans, flowers, hats and birds. These were school projects they made. The children also prepared songs and dance numbers to entertain the parents and a variety of goodies such as cakes, ice cream, juices, cookies, chips and candies were available for sale. Some of the foods and drinks were made by the students. The proceeds were used in their closing party. I bought a lot of stuff and ate a lot of food just to show my kids that I support them. For two weeks, my daughters spent an extra 2 hours at school preparing and practicing for the presentations. This craft fair was a fruit of their hard work that’s why I value it so much. From the colorful decorations, to the for sale stuffs, to the food and drinks, these were all done by them with the supervision of course of their teachers. Seeing my 6-year old Helenia dancing then selling candies to people and my 12-year old Mikaela playing keyboard then afterwards mixing some sago-gulaman drinks just made me one proud Mama.
my Helenia dancing "swing"
my Mikaela playing "Born this way"
I bought a lot of these :)
these were sold at 3 pesos each
my Mikaela's class
parents buying drinks from their kids :)
another craft made by Mikaela
(By the way, I've been having a problem with my cam. I can't adjust the date..)
Happy Mommy Moments!