So, I mentioned before about the adorable recital put on by my daughter's daycare... her school, as she calls it. And it really is. She learns so much.
The recital was in Spanish, BY THE WAY. Did I mention that?
It was a total treat.
The first song included the use of maracas. I don't know if you can tell by this photo or not, but my daughter really gets into whatever it is she's doing. The hand movements, the maraca shaking, the singing-quite-loudly-so-that-her-baby-brother-on-the-front-row-can-hear-her... she's into it. Into it all.
She's also quite expressive. I have no idea what's going on here, actually.
Or here. I'm still not sure of what was happening. But she's expressing something, that's for sure.
The kids sang a Spanish rendition of "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes."
It was lovely.
I could watch these kids shuffle, fidget, sing and move all day.
Especially this one.
My favorite part. The pride as they walk off the stage. A job well done.
Her poses make me smile.