Thursday, September 13, 2007

Proud Mom Alert!!!

My daughters are beautiful, sweet, and funny! They both love to laugh and LOVE to have a good time. They love food, soccer, and one likes basketball while the other prefers to cheerlead! They are precious girls, but as of yet, we haven't really found our *niche*. For the past few years, I have watched while other moms had their children make the advanced dance group, the select soccer team, and the biggie...the advanced group at school. I really struggled with it, probably more then I care to admit. I come from a family that was always in *that* group. I excelled at ballet, my brothers were excellent in sports, and my sister is one smart cookie. I have "forced" my girls to try just about everything and just waited for them to find that one special thing. Well......drum roll.........after an audition on Monday that involved a solo and other "drills" in front of JUDGES....they both came home with a certificate announcing that they had been selected for the school HONOR CHOIR!!! I am so proud of them for that accomplishment. It is not easy to stand in front of judges and sing a solo by yourself. So if you see some extra light in the south part of MS tonight, it may be coming from my house. This mommy is beaming with pride!!! :)

5 comments:

Katrice said...

I'm smiling for you! I don't know your girls....but I'm proud just the same!

Christy said...

YAY GIRLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am so excited for you and Madeline and Meredith :)

They deserve it, Laura Grace has already formed a fan club LOL

Andrea said...

Thanks yall!

Diane said...

Beautiful! Singing is definitely something that can be used big time for the Kingdom of God. I bet their piano really helped them develop their ear too.
You are so cute, A! There is nothing in the world like having friends that are "real". I appreciate you sharing your struggles, makes the rest of us feel like we have some company. :)

Jen in MS said...

Yay! Congrats to the girls (and you too!)! :0) Heck, my girls are embarrassed to sing in front of me, much less judges! That's awesome!