I was a guest reader in K’s class yesterday.
In participation with the Read Across America Campaign week, K’s school PTO asked parents if we’re able to come to the school and read to the students or listen to them read. I came to her school yesterday and read a book to two First Grader students and to K’s class.
It was a great feeling to be able to share a little time reading to the children and see them interact and share their reactions about the story I read to them.
Here’s what daddy gave K today, Valentine’s Day.
And here’s what daddy gave me. 🙂
Happy Valentine’s Day!
My dear husband and our darling daughter attended the school’s Father-Daughter Dance 2017 this evening. It was their very first Father and Daughter Dance event. My husband didn’t know what to do at the Dance so I went with them and helped him with the registration process. He thought I’d be able to go with them inside the dance hall but I can’t. Only fathers and daughters can. He didn’t bring his cellphone so they didn’t have any pictures together at the dance.
K accessorized for the dance. 🙂
When we were getting ready and while I was dressing K, she grabbed the peacock Christmas ornament and asked me to pin it on her shoulder facing forward. This kid has a big imagination on accessorizing. 🙂 She was walking carefully not to let the blue peacock fall off her shoulder.
Instead of going home after dropping of my loves, I decided to go to my cousin’s house and had a visit while waiting for the time to pick up my loves. My cousin baked some chocolate cupcakes and they were delicious.
I picked dear husband and K at 8:30 P.M.. K said she had a great time at the dance.
at the cinema
My family and I enjoy watching movies on weekends. Also, if there is an interesting animated movie for kids, we watch it together on Saturdays. Like this afternoon, we watched the movie Sing. My darling daughter wanted to watch The Space Between Us. But it is not appropriate for her age so I convinced her to watch something else. Luckily, Sing is still playing in the cinema in Wylie.
I thought the movie would be one of those lame animated movies. But, because it’s a musical and had a good song list (soundtrack), K and I enjoyed it. Sing was an entertaining movie with good humor in it. The animal characters sang their songs with full emotion. The story line was good.
K had a great time. She loves watching movies.
You know, I have been a stay-at-home mom for six years now. I talked to my dear husband about working again. I was a customer service associate at a Dillards department store in Fort Worth. But because my pregnancy was a high risk case, I had to quit work. I was under treatment from the first trimester up to the second trimester of my pregnancy due to a respiratory infection. Then I had gestational diabetes so I was on a strict diet. Although my pregnancy was a challenge, I enjoyed it. The sacrifice was worth it.
Back to the idea of going back to work, my husband said it has to be a non-retail job. You see in retail, you have to work on weekends and night shifts. Also, you have to work on holidays as well.
Now that my darling daughter is in Kindergarten, I had the chance to hunt for a job nearby. My husband suggested to apply for a teaching or a non-teaching position at K’s school. I checked online if there were job openings and I gladly saw one that I was interested in. November of last year I applied for a substitute teacher position. As you know, I taught Computer Fundamentals and Typing at a college in the Philippines. So I had a bit of a teaching background. 🙂 So I was called to attend the Substitute Teacher Professional Development Training/Seminar. Part of the on-boarding, I went to IndetoGo in Allen to have my fingerprints taken (required background check for education purposes). As soon as I submitted all the documents required, I got hired and my sub-teaching assignments will start next week. It’s going to be challenging but it will be fun. Besides, I will be working at K’s school so she will be happy for sure.
It is another milestone. Good luck to me.