Monday, June 7, 2010

The Dancey Pants Family

Mommy and Me Monday at Really, Are You Serious?
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All it takes is a little music at a family picnic and we are having fun.

Joey started it off by jumping on the "stage" singing into his foam sword and dancing along with the stereo and all the other kids quickly joined in. Even Grace wanted to dance. After watching her flap her little arms and kick her chubby legs as she sat in her stroller I decided to take her out and let her join in the fun.

It's good to see that the "can break into song and dance at any moment" gene continues on in our family.


Rebecca Ramsey said...

Dancing is great for the soul! And what else would boys dance with but swords?! (I've got 2 myself. I remember!)
I love those cute shoes of yours!

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

Looks like you are all having fun.

Mom24 said...

That's adorable. Building memories. :)

Candy said...

Babies dancing, it really doesn't get any better than that!!

Brittany said...

Ah! So much fun! :) We are a dancing/singing family, too!! :)

painted maypole said...


Krystyn said...

Awwww...sure looks like a great time!

Kelly said...


Dawn said...

I love family dance parties! So much fun!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

And of course it helps to have a stage!

Michelle Faith said...

Shake it baby...shake it! Too cute and so much fun. I blast the radio when I clean the kitchen and find all the kid danceing their pants off.

Tracey - Just Another Mommy Blog said...

Oh my gosh! She's a big girl, too!

Lisa said...

Go Grace GO!

Anonymous said...

YAY Looks great :0)

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...


Wow! Grace has gotten so big, so fast!

Cassie said...

Oh how fun! I love having "dance parties" with Jackson!

Karen Deborah said...

How fun and ya'll look fab! What happened to the little newborn baby? GAH!

Sara said...

Dancing--oh yes! Must do more of that. And the kids get so jazzed! Love your pix!

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