Monday, April 12, 2010

A "Feel-Good Moment" for you....

There are moments in life where all is right with the world........
Last Thursday I had one of these moments.
On Thursdays, the kids and I stack all the chairs and fold up the tables and clean up the preschool room. I usually put on some music while we do this.
As we were picking up, I hear Bailey A. say to Gavin, "You put your hand right here, I'll put my hand on your shoulder, then hold my hand like this." It melted my heart!
I decided that I would grab my camera, stop our cleaning up and dance for a little while.  
 
We decided that we would switch partners everytime they heard our little bell ring.


Bailee I. asked Gavin to "dip" her!


Nicholas didn't want to put his toy down to dance....the mouth is a very convenient toy holder!

Look how happy they are!
Oh, the concentration......;)

A little Western swing.....
And then,  we did a little line dancing.

                                We had so much fun that we danced right through story time!

So, I will sign off for now.....I am going to go put some music on and dance my way through the laundry! :)

7 comments:

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

Oh how sweet. What a cute group of kids.
Blessings,
Marcia

familywithfivekids said...

How adorable! I love moments like these - they make life so fun!

Julie said...

That is the sweetest thing I have seen in a long time. I am so glad your camera was handy. Oh the innocence of youth! Thanks for sharing.

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

How cute is that?! I love these moments. Kind of makes me think things just might be alright despite how the grown-ups in charge screw things up......:) ★Linda

Kimberly said...

what... no shots of you dancing?

Angie Berry said...

Too cute! You can tell they were having so much fun!

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Such great pictures JoAnne. I just love how kiddos enjoy life with such abandonment. They just let go and don't worry about how they look or what anyone thinks - we all need a lesson from them. I love to see Lili 'dancing' to the music already! Kids sure have it right!!