I kept trying to prep him with his lines. He didn't have trouble remembering them. He just wanted to say them really fast. I said, "Mica just say them like you are having a conversation. Don't race through them."
He ended up doing great! The only thing that wasn't great is the rest of the school gym. Kids and adults were chattering like crazy. One of the boy's friend's Dad kept talking behind us. It was right after the principle said to be quiet. I looked back at him, smiled and said, "Shhhh. Didn't you just hear him?" He then was a little less talkative. I think Isaak was better behaved than a lot of other people. I was proud of him!
This is Isaak's flower. He wouldn't give me a, "Normal" look.
Mica kind of annoyed me because he kept going on and on that his hand artwork wasn't up. Well he didn't tell me he had a cool dragon up; that was better than the hands anyhow. Grandma and Grandpa came, and I so would have showed them. Here he is pointing at it. This was way at the end, after Grandma and Grandpa left.
I couldn't be too mad. He did great with his actions and speaking part. He says he sings, but I hardly see his mouth moving. I was so proud I cried in the middle, and handed the camera off to Daddy. Daddy was laughing at me. He of course had to point out my watery eyes to all the people around us.
I guess I'm turning into my Mom's Daughter after all. My Mom and Aunt's cry at a lot of things. I can't go to a wedding, or a kid's singing event without getting teary eyed. The flower girl, and ring ring bearer are so cute and excited, they make me cry. The kid's and their actions during a performance makes me cry. Oh and the high pitched notes that they can't hit makes me cry. So when you see the camera move, it's because I lost it. Is anyone else like this?
Here's part of Mica's performance. He has a line in the middle.