That this child has been obsessed with So You Think You Can Dance?
O.K it is kind of my fault. I was looking up some dances I had missed on You Tube while Bren was on my lap. Now all she wants to do is watch "the dancers on the computer."
I am pretty sure she loves the outfits best. "Mommy, find me the one where the girl is wearing a white shirt and yellow shoes" Or "Hey, mom, I want to see the girl dance in the blue dress. Can I get that dress for my birthday?" "I can't get that dress huh mommy, because it would show my belly button."
She also loves the scary ones. Vampire dance? Fabulous. Everyone dressed as zombies? Great. She is mesmerized. Who is this kid?
I try to keep her from the most provocative ones. But I realize it's still probably not good....
Hey, she's 3. It all goes over her head, right? I tell myself that when she says, "Hey Mom! Want to see my Boom Boom dance?" ;)
My all time favorite:
You just don't see a man move like that often....
Brenley's definate favorite:
Appropriate? I know it. She just thinks it's funny when the boys use the pom poms. All over her head, right? She'll watch this over and over and over again.(Maybe I shouldn't have showed her how)
Any Bollywood style dance is the Cheetah Girls dance. This is her favorite in that style. "The Cheetah Girls dance with all the girls"
And this is:"The one with the white shirt and yellow shoes. Where they do the wormie and she grabs his belt. You know Mommy" Ya, I know. I love these two together myself. This is one of my favorites too....and Bren seems to be partial to hip hop.
Some of her favorites are surprising. Like this one:
It is probably her second favorite after the cheerleader dance. She LOVES it. I don't know why. Should I be concerned?
We probably need to spend some more time in the car, where the playlist consists of Abigail's lullabies and church songs....
The Brenners isn't feeling well today. Her "mouth hurts" (I think it is a sore throat, and she has a fever) So we have been doing this all morning.
The sacrifices we make for our children...
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Posted by sherry at 9:52 AM