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I got back from my trip to the magical land of Florida early Friday morning...but those few pictures will have to wait. Just about an hour and a half ago, Lucy and I performed in our dance recital.



I don't really like watching this, but I know YOU will.





Lucy and I before the show/


And the Goose after. Does she look a little different? That's stage make-up...only three, I know. Scandalous.

She enjoyed herself and did a great job!

Comments

alexae said…
Now that is a get up I would never have expected to see you in! :D Cute.
sarah said…
um...not my choice,if you know me not at all...but for Lucy, anything, even pink.
MomZup said…
You are so right! Absolutely loved seeing that! If they only knew you could have sung the accompaniment in your Snow White voice!!!! 1000 bravos to you and Lucy Goose!
Liana said…
how fun...and my, your hair is so long!
kristy said…
oh man- this is the greatest little video of all time! the both of you are just too adorable for words!!!!!!!!
abigail said…
I do! (Love it!)

My only criticism is that it's not nearly long enough. I could have watched many more minutes of mother/daughter dance.

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