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P.J. Party musical

Last night of AWANA
Emily's AWANA leader. Her name is also Emily. My Emily loves her. I think the feeling is mutual.Emily and her friend Alex.

Last night Emily had her little preschool choir musical. She would not have missed it for the world. We were proud of her and all the other children. They did a fantastic job! The musical was called P.J. Party, so they got to wear p.j.s to church. Emily stood by Cooper in the musical. She thinks he is pretty grand. She always asks if Cooper is going to be at choir. She asked me what p.j's Cooper would like her to wear. It is sad that she is four years old and already wondering what a boy will think of her.

Last Wednesday night she had her AWANA closing program. She has really enjoyed AWANA!


Emily has not mentioned the cat to us. I feel we did the right thing!

Comments

Hillary said…
You most certainly did the right thing about Diamond/pink-a-boo/crazy cat!!!! She clearly wasn't right for you guys. Not with nuts-o Kristin still around!
I LOVE E in pig tails!!! She's so big!!!
His Doorkeeper said…
The kids looked so cute in their PJ's! Would have loved to been there to see Emily preform! Wed. night is our last night of AWANAs and I hate to bid them good-bye. Most of my Cubbies are moving up to the next level!
Amy said…
The PJ Party looked SO CUTE! Who puts out good preschool music? I would love to see our preschool kids do something at least for Christmas this year but didn't know where to even start looking.

Sorry to hear you had to take the cat back. We got a dog about a year and a half ago. I THOUGHT I was ready. It was even my suggestion. I am not sure what possessed me but we went and picked up "Chip". He was the cutest little yorkipoo. But he came home and started licking all over Avery's stuff (she was only 6 months or so at the time) and I just couldn't take it. I think once your kids get bigger it is easier to take care of a pet. They are like a child too. I certainly don't need to another one to my "brood". I love them but the inn is FULL. :)
The Ormons said…
It makes me sad that we don't live closer and we miss all of these sweet moments....Emily looked so cute in her pigtails and pj's.
Tara G. said…
We miss AWANA! What a cute program idea!
Lauren said…
How cute, the PJ concept.. I bet the musical was adorable! Emily is tooo cute!!

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