tweets from veronica’s preschool christmas show

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In the virtual green room (at home) waiting for the preschool christmas show. SO excited.

Veronica sobbed her way through jingle bells last year. THIS year she will own the stage, I am sure.

After all, she’s four now

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The crowd at the preschool Christmas show is very ready to be pleased

The 18 month old knocking off his antlers inspired a moan of joy very similar to the crescendo at the end of a fireworks display

“Aw wwww!”

Forget crashing weddings. This vibe is unparalleled

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  • Live tweeting the preschool Christmas show? Maybe. You’re saying twitter wasn’t invented for such things?

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    • There is much peering through the curtains as the try to figure how to make the music play at a consistent volume

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      • Oh now the two years olds are holding hands and dancing. Good show!

         

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        • Seems to be a lot of bearded fathers in the place. Is this a trend? Hmmm

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        • The best choreography is the dosido of the parents with cameras stepping back for the NEXT set of children and parents. There is an art
Chris is critiquing the flow “they need ed Sullivan”
  • The suspense!! Will the rainbow kids do justice to “it’s a small world holiday”?

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    • The crescendo!!! Is it the wrong song? NO! They are knocking it out of the park!!! The props! The medley!!

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      • Ok *i* stood and clapped but a solo ovation lacks power

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        • Let’s see how the froggies render jingle bells. Last year v courageously sang through sobs in the froggie lineup. Now she’s a busy bee

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          • The crowd is thinning. I would like to judge them for not supporting the older classes. But I can’t cast the first stone

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            • She waved to me from the wings! No tears this year. Gravity got much weaker

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              • The froggies had excellent hat handling. Bravo

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                • It’s now! It’s time!

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                  • She was in the back row , nonetheless it is a steep decline from the heights of stardom to bedtime. It must be approached gradually.

                    ———She is asleep! That cup of tea will at last be mine !!!!

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