Tuesday, June 08, 2010

{Addison Dance Recital 2010}

Things are winding down at the end of school.  I keep reading about all of you who are out of school already...but we still have 2 weeks to go!  So it is go time with all the end-of-year wrap up!  We can't wait for summer!

Addy's recital was this last night. She did a fantastic job! The girl loves being on stage. The recital had a Cindrella theme and they were the Fairy Godmothers...complete with magic wands that sprinkled fairy dust.  So fun to watch her.  We are so proud of our little dancer!

Playing around after the recital.


Camille and Bryce 6:25 AM  

She looks so old in that first picture! What a cute--love the magic wands!

Camille and Bryce 6:26 AM  

She looks so old in that first picture! What a cute--love the magic wands!

Dan and Anne 2:10 PM  

How cute! Love the picture of them jumping, what adorable kids you have!

Tyler 12:15 AM  

Do you have a video? I know you said you have to get it from the practice btu I owuld love to see it! Anyway she looks great! Can't wait to see you guys!

Darin and Melinda 7:51 PM  

She looks like a natural! I love the ones of her on stage!
P.S. I have the same purple shoes you are wearing the picture of Addy and you. :)

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