Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Jingle tail

Little Elvis is a big fan of re-enacting things he sees on certain shows. If they do science experiments on Curious George, then we have to do them. If the Cat in the Hat has a tail creating machine, then we have to do that, too.

Here's the "jingle tail" that I created for that game. Little Elvis was not very impressed. He wanted a beaver tail. Oh well.

Our little entertainer is really coming into his own in the entertaining arena.

Since he's finally over his confusing music issues, he's been able to join the Cherub Choir at our church, and will be in the spring musical.

We went to the Christmas play, and had to work to keep him off the stage. One of his friends was in the play, and when we told Little Elvis he could be in the choir as well, he started chanting, "I'm my friend's age, and now I can be on stage!"

He also started working on his acceptance speech... seriously. In the build up to the first practice he kept saying, "Thank Mommy and Daddy for letting me sing on the stage."

Little Elvis went to the second practice on Sunday, and apparently volunteered to sing a solo! And we have no doubt that he will do a great job!

2 Comments:

Blogger lisa said...

We reenact things too. Yesterday most of the day was spend introducing ourselves as Mr. Lowpart (from Handy Manny). Isn’t it great when you get those confused looks from strangers?

9:09 AM  
OpenID zerbert said...

Love the acceptance speech - how cute! Svara also loves to re-enact things she sees in movies and shows, and reads in story books. She goes so far as to have to go and change her outfit many times a day to match certain characters in shows and books.

7:49 AM  

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