Theater Camp Update

Phoebe's been having a great time at camp. There are a lot of teenage girls and they've been very motherly to her. She's been coming home every day, tired and happy. She's painted, sang, acted and loved every minute! Yesterday their acting class was a mime game. That's her favorite. She makes miming fun and not annoying.

Tonight is their recital. I'm so excited to see her up there with all the other kids. If it goes well we're thinking about signing her up for the fall program. It will be a time commitment, but it seems like a great program for her to be in.

It's been a tiring week for us all. I feel like it just passed so quickly, trying to get her to bed at a decent time and getting her up early in the morning. It's probably what it will be like when she goes to school this fall. I'm looking forward to it. It's so cool to watch her grow up. The way she talks is so funny, I wish I could bottle it up forever.

On another note, I managed to get through yesterday without my cafe mocha in the morning. I started to get tired after lunch I almost got one, but I managed to hold out. I'm very proud of myself.


Trace said…
You have a daily cafe mocha? And you're so slender! I am impressed, for me the mocha is a big treat. I've been trying to cut back to 2 cups a day. Alas, I have fallen off the wagon this morning because I went to a Tastefully Simple party last night, was up late, and had to go to work this morning (Friday). Sigh, there's always next week, but I know that if my fertility tests look good and I'm trying to get pregnant or do actually get pregnat that cofee will have to go.
Lauren said…
That sounds like a great program. I wish we had something like that by us that took place in the evenings. Everything remotely similar is during the day. UGH>

Belle takes dance on a weekly basis and has a recital every June. She has now done it for 3 years and she loves it. They are so fun to watch when they are so into something and bubble over with excitement and exhaustion.
Camp sounds great...can I go :-) It sounds like a wonderful time. I hope her recital goes well.

By the way- I love your nose looks great on you!

Chili said…
Make sure you get some recordings of your daughter talking - suddenly, all of the mispronounced and gibberish words disappear, and while they will live in your memory forever, recordings are great. We never did that with M, and I totally wish we had.

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