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The dancing is going great. I'm still loving it and I keep getting better
Well, I hope to see it myself at a future get together!
OMG..JRC, I should cut and paste that scenario into all the teachers' lounges I go to. So when they start complaining about a rough day they will have a little perspective.
I know it wasn't funny, but it just kept getting worse and worse
Feel free to copy/cut/paste that anywhere you'd like.
It's a true story and unfortunately, not all that unique at our school.
She did the same thing, a little less severe, two weeks ago.
That is a possibility. I do have a couple videos I could share.
Moo, please do. I am pathologically afraid of dancing....
Well not you dancing, just me!
I'll PM you the links
Awesome Moo!!! You look great
Boy everyone is quiet today like they are working or something.
I was dodging chairs and such. So, yeah, sorta working.
Watching my toddler stack soap. Does that count as working? I should be doing laundry or something...
I programming a 2DS for Vrazz so she can stop bogarting my 3DS.
Labor intensive for sure.
I have one of those owie thingys in the tip of my tongue.
Lol to jrazz. Someone has you trained.
Those tongue ouchies suck.
What's a 2DS, Jrazz? Is it an electronic?
[This message edited by silverhopes at 5:32 PM, October 22nd (Tuesday)]
Yeah, it's the latest Nintendo handheld device.
On a lark I let her play my Animal Crossing game ONCE, and she's better at it than I am. (Except for she can't replant all the trees she cuts down.)
She's buying clothes, going fishing, catching bugs... she even figured out how to visit other people's games in foreign countries. (I glommed on when I didn't recognize the town and they were speaking Korean.) I know it wasn't a fluke because I asked her to repeat the process and she did.
Yeah, so even though the gameplay is a 2-3x a week treat, I have to get her her own because she's changing the landscape of my game and I'm very Type-A about where my virtual flowers are planted.
Nintendo built a "2DS" because it's safer for little eyes than the one with 3D imaging.
Ahhh, so Nintendo acknowledges that their products attract younger audiences now. This is good to know... my mother taught my son how to use her camera on her phone, and someone else gave him an iPad. At least he still likes playing outdoors in a playground like a normal almost-3-year-old...
she even figured out how to visit other people's games in foreign countries. (I glommed on when I didn't recognize the town and they were speaking Korean.) I know it wasn't a fluke because I asked her to repeat the process and she did.
Whoa! Is it just me, or are our kids scary smart sometimes?
Ummm. Just you?
No they are pretty smart.
I have to clip my toenails and I don't wanna.
But I did get chocolate ice cream with raspberries mixed in for dessert.