She learned a dance and 2 cheers, and had a great time. It was fun to watch her practice at home, and remember the days when I did the clinic at the High School, and how cool it was for me too.
She, along with 150 other girls, performed at the High School football game half time. They were all split into age groups, and got to do their own dance.
It was FREEZING, but we all battled the cold, and headed out to the game. Sam was absolutely enchanted to be at a real live football game. He loved it!
William fell asleep, and Luke cried.
Mary looked adorable, and performed really well. It was so cute to see her out there. She was excited, nervous, and having fun, all at the same time.
|Mary, her friend Lexi, and Lexi's sister London.|
I love that she is trying out so many new sports and activities. She still really misses gymnastics, we all do, but we are loving the opportunities she has been able to have with all of her extra time.
After she performed, we all walked our frozen bodies back to the car and then got hot chocolate at Kneaders. I just had to smell it (sugar makes me very very nauseated right now), but if it tasted anything as good as it smelled, it was a BIG treat!
All in all, it was a good night, and a fun time out with the family.