Wednesday, November 19, 2008

1st Dance Recital........

Today was Sophies first dance recital. I was so excited. It seems like I have been waiting my whole life to have a little girl and watch her in her first recital! She did such a great job. She has been sick the past few days so I wasn't sure how happy she would be during the dance but she did fine. They did a little showcase of what they do in class every week. In the second video she is bossing around one of her little friends. (Yes it has started...and yes she is like her Mom!) It was special to have her Grandma Anderson, Aunt Nana Jan and Aunt Hannah there to watch her. She was so excited! I am so proud of her and hope that there are many more recitals to come!
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8 comments:

Missy and Kevin said...

Thats really cute! I know for a fact that Melissa is going to have our girls take dance lessons the split second they reach the minimum age requirement.
Good stuff!!!

Reid and Brittney said...

How exciting..I love how you have her in dance, I am hoping someday I will have a girl I can do that with too. She is so cute..fun, fun!!!

amd said...

She was adorable. Emilie had her Preschool Rhythm recital Nov. 18th.

I know you are a "Twilight" fan. Are you going to see the movie? Here in Nashville, we have groups from our ward and another ward watching the movie on Nov. 20, which is tonight. Someone rented a theater to watch it.

Ashley said...

Sophie is adorable. I'm impressed that she is such a good performer. There is no way I could get Joshua to stand in front of a crowd and dance around.

Em said...

My mom said it was cute. Let the fun begin. Yeah Sophie!

Jace said...

I cant believe Sophie is in dance how cute. Cru is only a few weeks younger than her and would never be able to focus long enough to do anything that is in any way a "production"

HALL FAMILY said...

that was weird that last comment was from me my husband was logged into a work email under his partners name.

Emilee . . . said...

I love it! That girl is a natural performer and definitely an oldest child! (but that's a good thing!)