Saturday, September 8, 2007

Our little Ballerina!





In an attempt to distract Eden from her world as she knew it being completely destroyed, we enrolled her in dance class thinking it would be a great idea. Uh, bad idea. In her very first class, not only was she the only little ballerina wearing a pink leotard, she was the only one who thought she was enrolled in a boxing class. As soon as the teacher brought out some cowboy hats for the kids to wear, she immediately went to the first boy (why boys were in the dance class, we don't know?!) who had just put on his hat and decked him, scratched his face and took his hat. The teacher had to break up the fight and Eden got her hat. Apparently the little boy has since dropped out of the class. Hopefully, it was b/c he just didn't want to dance. Our sweet ballerina!!

6 comments:

The McCulloughs said...

OOOh she looks soo cute. I can't imagine Tag being in a ballerina class (boys?) She will get better and soon be a prima ballerina! So excited that you are now in the blogging world... keep up the posts! Mandy

dunlop family said...

dang!
how funny! she knew something was wrong with that kid...um hi...karate,tee ball, soccer, swim lessons...there are tons of BOY things to do...oh crap...dont hate me for my opinions...but really...a tu tu? she so cute!
teresa

josh and dianna said...

okay so first I hope you bought Eden a new leotard! Second, update your blog!!! Love ya

Jessica and Johnny said...
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dunlop family said...

so sweet sugar...i guess the best way to get a bunch of comments on one blog is to leave it up forever so people have to only write on that one...i am so glad we got to hang out tonight! and i "invited" you just now...so come have a looky! k bye!!!

Janse Fam said...

I have a son in dance, ballet and tap, and I think you should all eat your words! My son could dance cirles around you daughter and than kick her ass into the next dimension, the only difference between my kid in dance and your kid in dance is my kid knows better than to start throwing punches! Maybe the problem is not with your kid, but YOU!