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|Our little girly did such a great job at her first ballet class today! She was so excited this morning to go and once the class began she listened to her teacher and followed all the instructions so well. We were so proud of her! Here are some pics and the rest on flickr.|
My wife and I got to go to our first Bat Mitzvahs on Saturday! We were invited by one of my wife's former 3rd grade student and we were so honored. Who invites a former teacher to a birthday party? Well, if I had a teacher like my wife, I would have too! But it's really sweet because the student happens to be deaf and even though my wife was her classroom teacher the fact that the wifey knew sign language made them closer.
We enjoyed being part of the ceremony and we're glad we got to experience it. I don't know exactly why but someone gave me a yarmulka(i looked it up and this is how it's spelled) to wear. Have you ever seen an Korean wear a yarmulka? If you haven't, I'm sorry. I didn't get a picture of it.
The fun part was the party. Because all her friends were deaf, the dj played the music extra loud with the bass bumping! And her parents hired this group called the Wild Zappers and they were dancing to their choreographed moves. They were really good so we were enjoying them and I told my wife, "Can I hire them for my birthday too?"
Then we noticed they were signing too! Not singing, signing! We found out that they are deaf too and they are doing what they do for a purpose. So check out their website.
We also got to do one of those Jewish traditional dances where they lift up people while they are sitting on chair and everyone else daces around them in a circle. It was fun!
Sorry again, I didn't take any pictures that night.
Ok, so since our little girly is in love with pretending to be a ballerina, we signed her up for a class. Tomorrow morning is the first class, and she said, "I can't wait!" So stay tuned for pics!
I'm not sure how long I'll stay #1 but just for the record I'm currently leading the CLC staff pool! WooHoo! I'll enjoy it while I can. But unfortunately 2nd place in our family pool with the same picks. My bro is ahead of me and he'll probably win it.