As you all know Cambree has been lovin' preschool. I think she may even be a wee bit disappointed that she is on Christmas break and can't attend school on Tuesday and Thursday's. I'm sure she will be ecstatic to go back the first of the year.
So before Christmas break, her little school had a Christmas Program (of coarse!) I couldn't wait to see it. I know I'm the first time parent to see my little girl participate in a school program and it's a little silly, but I counted down the days. I was excited to watch my little Jo Jo. Cambree literally kept everything a 'secret'. She told me it was all a surprise and that she wasn't going to show me a thing when it came to her program. And she didn't. Other then occasionally I heard her singing, Rudolph the Red nose Rain deer while she was off playing. :)
The morning of her program, as we were getting ready she told me that it will no longer be a secret. She was so excited to sing to us! We invited grandma's and great Grandma to come watch her. We wanted Jo to feel as special as possible.
We got there early to insure a picture of her and her teacher Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. Bailey is one of Cambree's favorite people! And it's so good to see her have someone else in her little young little life that she loves. Mrs. Bailey got in a pretty bad car accident and missed a few days of school and Cambree was so worried about her. Her car was totaled in the accident, but luckily Mrs. Bailey was okay with only a few bumps and bruises. Cambree was happy the day she returned back to school.
All the kids had their own little skit during the program. Cambree was the finale girl! And Mrs. Bailey said just how perfect she was for it. It was so fun to see this young group of Preschoolers sing. We all had our moments of laughter forsure! And I was so impressed how they all sat in there spots and sang for a whole 45 minutes. It was great! And Cambree came up at the end and said her line just as clear as day, "We Wish you a Merry Christmas!" in her sweet little strong voice!
It was the best!
And I'm looking forward to lots more of this kind of stuff!