On Friday morning, Ella’s dance camp had a performance so we could see what she had been learning all week. The teacher choreographed and taught the class a two minute dance to a song from Alvin and the Chipmunks. It was a cute little dance, perfect for their ability. Each of the students showed their newly acquired tumbling skills. In her ballet class this spring, the same teacher tried to teach Ella a somersault and she couldn’t do it, but Friday she could! Each day she came home with a little craft, and took a nap. Overall, I think camp was a success. Sophie is most excited to have her best friend back in her morning routine.
I am grateful for
:: a husband who loves and adores all four of his girls
:: girls who are so happy to be together again for their morning coloring time
:: family Candy Land time
:: game time that teaches valuable taking-turn lessons
:: the phrase “Look-it, Mama” because it means they want to show me everything, all the time.
:: the coo of the turtle dove couple who has had their nest in our chimney since before we lived here.
:: a babe who learned some rockin’ dance moves this weekend
:: the same babe who also learned to clap this weekend
For these moments, these pauses, the grace of God in the moment, I am so thankful.
If you are inspired, leave me your grateful moments in the comments, either link or list. I would love to see them! Happy Day, friends!