Yes, I’m still just halfway through December, when it is halfway through January, but I’m going to keep on going! Lucky you!
After Miller’s drama I spent lots of time trying to entertain him and keep him clean and dry. I lost some of my mental health that week, but we survived.
The boys’ school does a great job with twice yearly performances. This year the theme was Island Christmas. It did not disappoint.
However, my photography does disappoint. These pictures will give you a general idea of the show. I wish I had videoed it, because it was precious. However on that day, I just didn’t have it in me to get it together. Before you judge, just remember that it was at the end of day 6 of being alone with Miller with no breaks. I’m just glad I didn’t pick up and really bad habits that week!
Miller’s class sang Mele Kalikimaka. If it the title doesn’t ring a bell, listen to the video and you might remember. Let me tell you, that may have been the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!
Miller had a blast performing for everyone. As far as he knows they were all clapping for him.
See what I mean about the pictures?
Miller still sings that song every. single. day.
Yes, my pictures don’t do it justice, but they were adorable!
Jackson’s class sang Island Christmas, and I’ve never heard it before, but they sure did a great job. Jackson cracked us up. He was trying to put on his sunglasses as he was getting on stage and ended up dropping them down his shirt. He spent the whole song trying to get his hands to do a hula thing and keep his sunglasses from falling out of his shirt. His shirt sleeves were unbottoned, his Santa hat brim was tuned inside out and his shirt was half untucked by then. Let’s just say he wasn’t quite in time with the other kids, but he was very entertaining!!!
Dropping his sunglasses down his shirt.
See the other children singing. Not our boy!
At least he had fun
Look at that, he found sunglasses!
Somehow, he just couldn’t catch the rhythm for the rest of the song.
Love that boy!
At the end the entire school comes on stage and sings a song. It is adorable and I loved every second of it!
I am so thankful for the sweet school the boys attend. It is small and very much like a family. We are so fortunate that the boys attend such a fantastic school!