My 3-year old performed in her 2nd ballet recital on Saturday and was absolutely adorable. She was focused, serious and remembered all her steps, twirls and leaps. I can't believe we've come so far given last Spring she sucked her thumb through her groups entire routine.
My 9-year old spent her weekend preforming in a production of the Jungle Book for one of our youth theater groups. She was Colonel Hathi and despite the lack of glamour in the role was a huge hit it both shows. She even got a standing O during the final bow.
Not to be left out Logan was a rockstar broher this weekend too! He was so supportive and encouraging and the smaile on his face was priceless (especially as he watched "his" baby on that stage in her tutu).
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