Monday, May 25, 2015

School Bound

I will soon have a student. I enrolled my almost 4-year old at a Montessori school and he'll be in advanced junior casa this school year.

my son (in green) during his trial class

While the tuition fee is not something I like enjoyed paying, I'm looking forward to attend my first parent orientation and parent-teacher association meeting. Hahaha! I'm a parent na talaga! Welcome to the lives of the grown ups
By the way, I'm loving the Montessori system. I know my son is not compatible with the traditional way. He's just too active and curious to stay seated for hours and listen to teachers. On the other hand, I think my son might have too much freedom if we'll enroll him in a progressive school. My husband and I want him to discover himself and learn things but with discipline. I think Montessori schools, the "real" ones anyway, will provide these things for our child.

A First-time Bagaholic

A couple of months ago, I wrote about my desire to get my first designer bag. I wanted to get the Givenchy Nightingale or Prada Tessuto Naufre but my budget will not allow it. We have a lot of expenses coming: our son's enrollment, our travel to Palawan, my son's fourth birthday party. I'm surprised I was even able to afford getting a designer bag! Thanks party to my ever supportive husband! 
But I did. I said before that I was saving a lot so I can afford one. I intended to get one as a birthday gift to myself. A 35th birthday gift. So here it is... a Phillip Lim pashli in medium. I got it brandnew from a reputable online seller.

I love it! I love the smell of leather and you can say that the bag is really of very very good quality.  Now I know why there are a lot of bagaholic. I think I just turned one myself. I want to have more!  See the pictures below? Yep, those are some on my list. I'm don't know if I can afford them but I will definitely going to save more for my next designer bag.