Wednesday, 5 September 2012

All done and ready for tomorrow's back-2-skol

Last night hubby and I finally paid the Autumn term school fees and it's really an ouch to our pocket but despite the cost we believed that our kids deserve it all - even if it means that we have to resume the not-so necessary needs a little longer. As we said before, we prefer to live without just to send them to a good school. Priority should always come first and that is a private schooling for our 3 munchkin. The important is, they will have a wider and brighter opportunity in the long run. Surely others may disagree with me on this but it is individual parenting after all. Whatever it is you believed that it can give a better future for your children then you should not take any second thoughts. Without a doubt, our kids are all worth every single pennies we have. Whether they'll nail it or not, that's up to them but at least in that way they couldn't bare a thought of blaming us for not giving them the best chance of life. Like today, we went to Bangor (40 minutes drive) just to have their P.E. uniforms fitted then eventually ordered it and is promised to be deliver to the school by tomorrow afternoon. Online ordering didn't work last night because of their rather not so accurate sizing description. Well, kudos to the proudest and most exciting Daddy ever for being able to take care of school stuffs in time. Very hands-on! 

10 comments:

Bless said...

That is great that they are going back to school now. I cannot agree with you more that education for our kids is really important and it's a big investment that will pay off in the end.

Jerla Oh lalala said...

there is no such thing as book on how to parent our children. we know our children better than anyone else, we know what's best for them and we should always follow our instinct so long as it's for the goodness of everyone. It's parents decision whether or not their children must go to a private or public schools. Right? hehehhe.

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~Ms. Joy mH~ said...

that's must be so exciting! this is our second year too and i'm kind of exciting about it. our son's school starts tomorrow!

ron silvoza said...

i just wonder how exciting it's going to be when my little boy goes to school when he's big enough... it surely aint the same feeling when you're the one going to school back then... hehe

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Admin said...

Oh I won't disagree. I believe what a child will become in the future will reflect on how the parents nurture them from the start.

anne said...

Your kids are so lucky to have you and your husband as parents. We don't also mind the expenses just to send them to good school and other activities that they want.

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wifetoalineman02 said...

I am sure it cost an arm and leg Sis Haze but EDUCATION is the best gift that we can give to our kids :-) My kids go to public school so we have nothing to worry about their tuition fees yet but the school tax is just so expensive that my husband does not want to touch the bill :-( It will ruin his day :-)

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Dhemz Apdian - Dias said...

I agree...what ever it takes...likewise, we send our daughter to school too...her education is our priority right now.

Shela said...

All parents have the same prospective just to make sure their children are in better future! Ditto here will do everything for them.

emz said...

that is so true haze, we are considering Jian on enrolling him to a Catholic school, but we are not sure yet. it depends on our finances. because right now everything is not stable yet.

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