Here's a closer look at one of the small details, a mouse located on the branch at the bottom left of the quilt. Isn't he incredible?
Grandma had so much fun sharing her hobby with Bear and Bug!
This was Bug's first taste of jazz choreography, and she ate it up. As her daddy noted, the kid can really SELL a routine. It's slightly worrying, though, how naturally some of those funk moves come to her. While some girls look somewhat stiff and self-conscious as they're learning the looser jazz moves, Bug was a hip-hopping, leaping, wiggling blur.
Bear was most proud of the fact that she has graduated to HIGH-HEELED tap shoes. After watching her dance in them, I'm thinking her blog name should really be "Legs". Her legs are nearly as long as some of the other girls were tall. Despite being one of the youngest girls in her group and dancing for the first time in heels, she blended right in with the more experienced dancers.
Next week: NO CAMP! It's time for a week of true summer...sleeping in, no schedules, spontaneous day trips, and bumming around. Can't wait!
Here's Pip the Goat. The goats are a wily bunch, and on the girls' first day of camp the goats staged a jail break from their pen. Bear said it was chaos...goats running wild and campers trying to catch them.
Bug encourages Miracle the Calf to walk:
Bear on the rope swing: