Thursday, December 18, 2008

A Cow, A Sheep and A Song...

It is Christmas Program Day. The highly anticipated event of the week. There will be two performances - one at 2:00, which I will be unable to attend :-( (and believe me I am feeling like a VERY bad mother - but Roxann has been recruited to be the surrogate me) and the premiere 7:00 p.m. showing which features everyone dressed in their finest holiday attire. I seriously can't wait!



About A Cow: The Christmas program is, of course, a re-enactment of the manger scene. Lauren is a cow and felt very strongly that her afternoon outfit should reflect her role. Luckily, for me, I had the perfect dress (still in the Gymboree bag - I believe the HotY had visions of returns) a black and white hounds tooth. Lauren was thrilled with the choice and couldn't wait to see herself in all her cow glory. Upon viewing herself in the mirror she very disappointingly said "MOM, I don't look like a cow, I just look like a little girl". Someday she may have one of those days when she feels like a cow and she isn't going to like it - but for now the cow look - it's a good thing.





About A Sheep: So if Lauren is a cow it is only fair to assume Sydney is a Sheep. Personally I feel she may have been cast wrong as I think of sheep as quiet, docile animals - this is not the most fitting description of Syd :-) Anyway, she is a sheep and felt that she should be wearing something "curly" I was a little perplexed she then informed me that everyone knows sheep have curly hair. Who am I to even try to know more than a five year old??? I was able to get her to settle on the other Gymboree bag offering of a sweater with a fur collar with a dog applique which could only be a sheep dog of course! Perfection.



About A Song: About 2 months ago the school "lost" their music teacher due to maternity leave and a substitute has been filling in since that time. Recently the girls informed me that they did not like their new teacher as she only knows ONE SONG (of course this is their program song which they have been practicing over and over). I assured them there would be more variety coming soon :-)



So there you go - three points - all covered - no tangents, no rambling, no deterrents - just a succinct post. Savor the moment :-)



TTFN...

5 comments:

Ann said...

I miss Christmas "shows" --- Have fun tonight!

Amy said...

Love the outfits. And I see you got busy with the wrapping! Go Angie! Did you shake the mystery presents yet?

ChichiBoulie said...

fun post. I love the "monotony" of the new teacher! Young children's logic is so much fun!

PS - in response to your question, French/American in northern France

Wendy said...

The girls are just so cute...and they look so big...maybe it's the camera angle...They grow up way too fast. Boys are easy. I said, Jonah this is your outfit for the program tonight! :-) No questions asked...

Shirley said...

cute, cute, cute!