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I am a parent of a Kinder1 student in University of Perpetual Help Molino Campus. I would like to express my DISGUST when you let him attended school for only eight (8) days. In your observation, he is hyperactive, full of energy, won't sit still, feels agitated, doesn't want to write, doesn't join in the group, doesn't follow commands or instruction, always wanted to go outside, grabs the food of his classmates, difficulty with verbal communication, disruptive behavior. In short, in your eyes, he is a "PROBLEM CHILD".
It appears you had difficulty understanding my son, and being her responsible mother, who may clearly see his flaws and weaknesses, yes, he is hyperactive and has difficulty with verbal communication but he is sweet, affectionate and a capable learner.
Back in summer, when I inquired in your school, you were so accommodating (looks can be deceiving). You told me that you have limited slots for Preschool. Each class will have a maxim…
"My countrymen, as of the twenty-first of this month, I signed Proclamation № 1081 placing the entire Philippines under Martial Law...”
— Ferdinand Marcos, September 21, 1972
How do you tell a story to your children about Martial Law in the Philippines? How do you tell them about what happened in the EDSA People Power Revolution?Ikwento natin sa kanila ang kasaysayan.
Most of us, parents wants to shelter our kids from the harsh realities of life. But a Filipino writer wants to give kids a taste of life's harsh truth through a children's book.
Isang Harding Papel written by Augie Rivera and illustrated by Romel Joson is a story set during the Martial Law through the eyes of Jenny, a young girl's experience of visiting her mother, a political detainee imprisoned for years after joining a protest rally.
Isang Harding Papel book trailer
The story also presents a childhood defined and redefined in difficult times and it also depicts how love and family triumph over darkness.
I've known you for 2,922 days and I love you more each day and night. You always make my heart smile.
You are kind and very smart.
You work hard and you are patient every time I give you a task.
You are very adventurous. You are a brave young man.
You are funny, silly, sweet and lovable.
You are an angel in disguise sent to comfort me my Luigi Miguel, my angel.
I will always be by your side to support you and guide you as you grow.
Thank you for making me a mommy. My life is so sweet because of you.
Happy 8th birthday Luigi Miguel. I love you!
P.S. There's an African proverb that says "It takes a village to raise a child". For me, it is true. Luigi's birthday is like celebrating my 8th year as a mom but I couldn't do it all by myself without the help of my family and friends who are there to support us in our journey.