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    11/28/2005
    Ok. Who's bright idea was it
    To give me a girly-girl? Don't get me wrong Gabby is perfect the way she is don't want to change her yaddayaddayadda. But seriously. I didn't get into the whole kinda sorta girly girl thing until I was in HS. And already Gabby has a shoe fetish, hates getting her hands and feet dirty, wants manicures and pedicures, primps, wants make-up, argues about what she's going to wear. And now.
    Ballet.
    Since we watched the tail end of the Nutcraker that is all we have seen and heard. During the performance she ran to her closet fished out her tutu and ballet shoes (that are waaaaaaaaay to small) and insisted on wearing them. All night.

    Gabby and I like to dance on Saturday evenings to KSCS's Classic Country nights (it's our thing, when she feels generous she let's Alex dance too), but last Saturday, she would have no part of it.
    "No, Mommy, Ball-ina music!"
    "Ballerina Music? Ummm... come on lets go look I may have some"
    "Yaaay! Thank you Mommy!!"
    So I found a Beethoven CD and it has been playing almost non-stop since then. We looked through a ballet book, she practiced spinning, dancing and jumping. Seriously. She also informed me that she needs blue ballet shoes. Why I don't know, her dress is pink.
    Sunday afternoon she woke up from her nap when the power went out, why you may ask or how would she know that since it was still daylight out, well I tell you it is because her CD stopped playing. Me I'm in the bathroom wondering what the hell just happened and she's whiney cry-ie just woke up incoherent-ish telling me her music is gone.
    So now I'm wondering about dance/ballet lessons for her. Is it to early? Would it be seen as pushing her? Would she even have fun?


    Oh yeah, and, Thanksgiving was great, all went well.
    posted by Tc @ 3:06 PM  
    3 Comments:
    • At 11/28/05, 5:14 PM, Blogger Sleeping Mommy said…

      How old is she again? Around here they won't take them until they are three. I've asked because my little girl LOVES to dance--all the time.

       
    • At 11/29/05, 9:33 AM, Blogger Dina said…

      OMG, Please let me buy her a tutu that fits for X-mas. I found the cutest one ever at Target and Katy is still just a little too small for it. PLEASE!!!! (Man, don't I sound desperate, lol) I just really want to bring some use to this tutu.

       
    • At 11/29/05, 12:30 PM, Blogger Stacy said…

      I don't think it's too early at all. In fact I think the dance classes over here start at age 2. I think she would love it. I mean, I truly doubt they'll be hard on the 2 year olds...they'll probably just let them dance around and stuff. Also, I'm already ready to sign up Gavin for hip-hop classes. You should see him dance..i think he would love it. Just have to wait about 6 more mos.

       
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