Brielle on the other hand has shown, from a very early age, a natural talent for table dancing. Lately she table dances daily, and often sings "march! march!" or "shake, shake, shake!" while she dances haha. Unfortunately my quest to find a table dancing class for the toddler crowd has proved unsuccessful up until this point...so Brielle has decided to lead her own class here---using my blog forum.
Please pay careful attention:
First, carefully climb onto the table of your choosing. Brielle prefers our coffee table, but I'm sure she'll graduate to our wet bar before long.
Second, start to shake what your mama gave ya! Brielle likes to start with a lot of arm flapping and squealing, but do whatever feels natural.
Third, build up to the climatic booty shaking, arm flapping, stomping, spining, and "singing" ...this is where the crowd starts to go wild---or Mama comes in yelling "get off the stinkin' table!" ;-)
Smile for your adoring fans---or smile for your mama as you outright ignore everything she says about getting down.
...and now, TA-DA! You've just successfully completed your very first table dance.
On a side note, feel free to accessorize in fun and unusual ways ....
Lastly on an unrelated note, this hand foot and mouth disease is kickin' our butt! You see, I thoguht we got away with a super mild case....and as you can see, Brielle did! She's acting totally healthy and back to her normal table dancing ways ;-) Raya had been acting totally fine too, except for the blister on her lip which didn't bother her. But then, yesterday....OMG .....she got the worst looking blister on the side of her tongue, and it wraps around to the underside of her tongue....she's miserable! Yesterday was horrible...she grunts and points instead of talking and just cries and wails because she's so hungry but can't eat. Last night she acted like she finally started feeling better and ate some animal crackers (and I squirted water into her mouth with a straw) but now today again she is having a hard time (well, she ate brownies I made LOL...she said they were nice and soft---the fishsticks I made apparently weren't soft enough ;-) ....so I guess clearly I can see that her tongue would hurt, but I think she might be playing me a little too! haha.
Here is her poor tongue...
|I feel so bad for her!|