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I’m Dancing!

I had two incidents happen the last 24 hours that made me so happy. The first one happened today. Crash Mom had just left to the dentist and so I had Crash Kid #4 (2 years old). I was getting some breakfast together when I turn around and he’s jumping up and down and waving his arms while saying “I’m dancing!” I proceeded to turn on some music to continue the dancing.

Is there anything more amazingly beautiful than the smile on a child that’s dancing?

Yesterday when Crash Mom picked me up from the airport, the kids were in the back and I guess they’d been driving her nuts (this isn’t the part that makes me happy). She told me that she’d decided to turn the music up really loud as her method of dealing with it.

As she’s telling me this story, Crash Kid #3 (5 years old) said “Dad, Turn the music up!!” I look in the rear view mirror and he and his older sister and dancing in their seats. Of course, I cranked the music up a little louder.

I guess they got the dancing bug from their dad. That makes me really happy.

By John

My name is John and I'm a working dad with 4 beautiful children. I'm a full time blogger and entrepreneur. These are my musings. I hope you enjoy.

3 replies on “I’m Dancing!”

Crash kids are really lucky to have Dance in their blood. Growing up with 7 brothers and sisters we were always dancing and always had a partner. No one has ever done the Lindy Hop as good as my brother and I. Then he taught me Latin Dance. Wow could we move!!! I am not bragging just remembering all of the fun.

Best part of dancing is the fun and memories.

Keep dancing Crash kids. xoxoxo

Thanks for sharing Lynn. I hope my kids feel the same way when they get older. Once you get it in the blood, it’s hard to get it out.

They will John. We had a St. Patrick’s Day Party on Sunday and the best part was watching everyone dancing. Watching 11 year old Grand teaching 3 year old Grand how to jig was too precious. 9 month old was having a ball giggling with her 24 year old cousin dancing with her. Turn music on at a party and we are up and dancing.

Great blog! Thanks for sharing.

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