psycho: adj. Crazy; insane.
toddler: one who toddles.
Did you ever think of getting a cordless phone for the kitchen? ;)That was beautiful...I haven't hear the Savs in a while.
We started with the second video. Ann didn't like that it looked dark and rainy. But the mesmerized looks on both my kids' faces while watching the PT's performance was priceless. Ann was murmuring along here and there and saying that "that girl is my friend" and Andy must not have broken eye contact for even a second. Is the PT entertaining the possibility of starring in a regular sitcom? I may have to start letting my kids watch t.v. again if she does!On another note, I find that between my daughter's preschool teachers and their Israeli accents, and the very Ashkenaz pronounciation of the woman who comes in to do music at the preschool, Ann is saying things like "mi-kol ha-leyLOIT" which is pretty amusing.
me thinks your darling little girl really likes the dipping concept.shes adorable though, and quite the performer with a lovely pair of lungs.
We have a cordless phone in the kitchen. It's way over by the sink. Cordless phones have a habit of a) not being around when you need them (ie sitting at dinner and the phone is ringing...somewhere) and b) falling to the floor and smashing into little bits whenever someone tries to squeeze past to get to their seat.RM: LOL! That's so funny that your kids are "fans"! The PT would TOTALLY love to have her own TV show (she kind of already does) but as you can tell she seems to have some issues with remembering her lines...HNC: I hope you applauded when she told you to.
Loved the choreography! Who needs lines if they are done with flair? Chag sameach!
Her little beats to keep the time are hysterical. You'd think she had a musician for a father or something. ;-)
:D (And what SaraK said!) That was so cute!
Sarak, either that or Abba's band needs a new drummer. :)Delightful! Enjoy the nachas-schepping.
Amusing video, too. Thanks.
The PT is Back!Check this out
Give the child a drum set!! She is ADORABLE!!!:)
The PT's pace is the perfect follow-along speed for Ann (great practice!) and I'm pretty sure that the chair banging has become an inextricable part of Mah Nishtana in our house. Can you tell that I keep getting requests to watch "my friend, the Mah Nishtana girl"? :)
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