I realized that my son rarely understands Filipino. I would ask him “Pakikuha yung upuan” and he would give me a baffled look. If I ask him “Please get the chair”, he would oblige. Uh-oh. Good thing their school curriculum included Filipino.
Like other schools, Lucas’ school celebrated Linggo ng Wika. We were asked to dress Lucas up in Filipiniana attire. I really wanted to go for the Igorot costume but the husband contested against it. Fine. So we went to the usual Katipunero costume sans the itak.
I am so0000 grateful for Lucas’ Teacher M who is so diligent in taking pictures of the kids in school and sending it to me. I love her. I saw from the school’s FB page that the children had a little salu-salo (Lucas brought puto) and played traditional pinoy games. All the photos below are care of Teacher M. 🙂