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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Secret Santa Shopping in School 2014

 On the second day of December,  the students  at St. Joseph  went on a shopping spree with the Secret Santa Shopping  that was  put together by one of the most active  Moms of the school.

I volunteered to help during the  set up and first day of shopping.  My daughter asked me not to come on the time slot where she has to shop.  She wants it to be a surprise although I already told her what I want if she is buying for me lol.
 Our son, on the other hand, wanted me there so I went  on the time slot where he has to shop and I helped him.
 We gave each of them $25 dollars each,  They mainly buy for family and  close friends.  The items for sale at the Santa Shop is pretty affordable so they were able to buy  a bunch of stuff.
 Part of the proceed of of this event goes to school so  it's a  good time for the kids to learn shopping while helping the school fund.
 I was able to take pictures of my kids after school as I've waited for them until the classes were over.
 I am glad that they are still into posing in front of the camera.  I know that there will come a time when they would be embarrassed to even  have a picture with me lol.
 Silly faces  this time moment and below is Rylie's BFF trying to photo-bomb our neighbor's pic lol.
Okay, ready, get set, jump!

Awesome one guys!  Anyway, I have a feeling that  Rye Bread bought me the tealight set and EJ bought me the photo coaster set.
Some items that were for sale includes the following.
I love those pompom flowers that the organizer made.  I had  fun working with other Moms during the Secret Santa Shopping.

7 valuable thoughts they wrote, what's yours?:

Cherry said...

your kids are so thoughtful!

tama yan, picture lang ng picture habang willing pa sila mag pose infront of the camera. memories documented are priceless.

Joy Calipes-Felizardo said...

I can see that the kids all enjoyed the activity! It's a good way to teach them about the value of money and giving though.

Karen of MrsLookingGood said...

I love the idea of Secret Santa shopping and it's my first time to hear this. I hope I get to experience this once my son starts school.

I also hope you got what you wanted: the tea lights and photo coaster set! Belated Happy Holidays btw :)

Your kids are adorable as usual and looks like they had a great time with their friends/classmates during the activity.

papaleng said...

funny moments worth keeping. Ang handsome naman ng binata mo.

Marie said...

Such cute kiddos! I'm sure they had a blast at the event! :)

The Secret Santa shopping is very interesting.

Jessica Cassidy said...

Sis R, I bet the kids bought you something special. They are very cute, funny and good-looking kids of yours.

nova hedges said...

This is really nice my son did the secret santa at school too, which is a good thing for them to be more thoughtful with others


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