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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Finally, some videos of Rigdon

I do not have luck with uploading videos. They take me like an hour and a half to upload even a small one. But I have been working on a few videos of Rigdon and here they are. Some are old, and some are brand new. But I put his age at the beginning. Feel free to watch them or skip them. :)

First time eating rice cereal - December 29th - almost 4 months

Rigdon sucking on his tongue - February 2nd - almost 5 months
I thought this was so cute!

Making Rigdon laugh - February 8th - 5 months
This is just a normal lunch time around here.

Rigdon Tries a Pickle - April 14th - 7 months
This one is funny!

Sorry this next one is super out of focus. I set it up and didn't realize how blurry it was until after the fact. :( I'm still learning about the video setting on our new camera and I guess I need a bit more practice. haha.

Rigdon signing "more" - April 23rd - 7 1/2 months

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Ballet Recital

Avri had her very first ballet recital last weekend. She was really nervous about it, but didn't really want to admit that she was nervous until after it was over. I think it was a good experience for her to be on stage and perform and she felt good about it when it was all over.

All ready for the recital.
A close-up of that hair-do. She got tons of compliments on it.
She wanted her picture taken by the gorgeous spring flowers in the front yard.
Talmage and Sadie waiting outside for the show to get started.
Talmage's blue eyes are going to steal some girl's heart one day.
Show time!

Avri was a little behind everyone else during the recital, which she didn't do during practice. She was just being really timid. But I was so proud of her!
Avri has been very conscious of modesty lately and this costume REALLY upset her. It was a fight all week about it and she kept saying it was so ugly because it wasn't modest. She told her teacher that it wasn't modest and she wanted to wear a sweater. So they compromised and Avri got to wear the sweater for all of the rehearsals and after the show, but not during the performance. I was really proud of her for standing up for what she thought was right. Good girl, Avri!
She looks so sad. I think this is how she handled her nerves. She actually looks almost short in her class, but that is because it is supposed to be a class for ages 6-11 and she is still 5.
We all went to Steak and Shake for shakes after the performance. The kids loved that.