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Girls Night Out


Last night I went with the girls in our Sunday school class to see "The Time Traveler's Wife." We had a great time being out and being at the movies. I loved the fellowship but did not love the movie. I like realistic movies. I look forward to us doing this again soon. I love the girls in this group!!!!!!!!! I am so thankful for what each one of them bring to our SS class and my life.
Emily had her very first dance class this week. She was soooo excited. But.......Emily wanted to do her "own " thing in the class. The moves she liked, she continued to do them after they had moved on to the next thing. She kept migrating to the big mirrors to see herself a little better. I spent most of the time on the side, motioning for her to listen to the teacher and get back on her tape. We are going to have a "sit down talk" before next week's class.

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Erin said…
I bet y'all had a great time. I am so sad I was unable to go. We will have to do it again so I can join next time!

I'm sure Emily was precious at dance. I can totally see her just in her own little world! Such a personality!
It looks like you all had a great time. It just totally makes me laugh about Emily doing her own thing. Too cute.
Jenna said…
That is one pretty group of girls right there! Too fun!

I am laughing about Emily. I just love that girl's spunk.
His Doorkeeper said…
Why, Emily could teach her own dance class!! I've seen her moves!!
Kelly said…
I am coming SOON to see Emily dance. Remember she told me I could come but "not to laugh". She knows me. :-)I'm afraid that's one promise I can not keep.
Anonymous said…
I commented over on Kelly's blog too, but it looks like you gals had SO much fun!

I'm so excited to hear that your Emily is a little dancer... a girl after my own heart. (I danced for 12 years and teach the little ones on occasion now.) She sounds so spunky and cute! As a teacher, I always get a kick out of the girls that do their own thang'. She's just having too much fun to follow everyone else!
Kandi West said…
Emily makes me laugh...her dance class personality sounds like Lowrey's. I couldn't keep her away from the mirror...she was entranced by being able to see herself so well and so often. And she was not interested in doing any of the simple moves, only the ones that looked difficult, but she couldn't quite master but didn't know it of course.
I love hearing Emily and SK stories...they are just dolls.
Lauren said…
What a fun night and too funny about Emily. That's what happens when you have alot of moves to share, haha!! :)
Girl's Night Out looked like alot of fun! I found your blog while I was poking around Kelly's blog and love it! Your girls are precious!

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