Recitation and twirling factors

The fun continues! Here is a little video clip of Mia reciting one of her favorite books: 

Unfortunately, I ran out of memory pretty early on so I’ll have to try to capture the whole story another time. If you haven’t figured out…or perhaps you have not yet had the luxury of reading  this book 300+ times, then let me tell you: This is a Dr. Suess classic — Horton Hatches the Egg.

The most important thing about dresses and skirts is their “twirling factor”, of course! This one was brought all the way from India by some dear friends and although it is still a bit big, it kind of fits if she wears it around her chest. The best twirling ever!

About Stephanie

I am a mother and a wife, lady scientist, gardener, fabulous cook, foodie, world traveler, and aspiring polymath. I like to ignore stereotypes, challenge the status quo and encourage independent thought.
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4 Responses to Recitation and twirling factors

  1. Randy says:

    Sampaw and meemaw are dumbfounded over the Horton Hatches An Egg recital!


    • Stephanie says:

      Pretty impressive, isn’t it? If she has the book in front of her, she knows almost the whole thing! We’ll try to capture more of her repertoire on video so we can share that with you, too.


  2. alex says:

    That is an awesome recital. She is so cute! Miss you guys and love y’all very, very much!


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