We are a family who likes music. A lot. Music is usually playing when we are in the house, and is always playing when we are in the van. The great thing about it is that we listen to my music. The kids love it and always ask me to crank it up so they can do some stellar car dancing moves.
Graham is a huge fan of JT. One morning on the way to school he told me that he was going to sing “Love Stoned” when he grew up. He then told me that he was going to ask the four boys in his class if they wanted to sing it with him. Are you getting the same visual I did? A Kindergarten boy band? The kid cracks me up.
We are also a family who likes to get their groove on. The only downside is the fact that we are white. White person dancing = frog in a blender. It’s a scientific fact pretty solid theory. My husband is a supreme example of this theory, which even he cannot deny.
Every night after dinner (or after bath time), the tunes get cranked and it’s Dance Party Canada over here. You may remember that I posted a video of the kids dancing back in November. Miss Emily is now walking (And leaping!) and has busted out some pretty sweet moves. The dudes have kicked it up a notch as well.
Those of you coming to San Francisco in two weeks can consider Miss Emily to be a prime example of what I will look like, should there be dancing involved. Make sure you stand back and give me lots of room to work my magic.
(P.S.: I REALLY hope I sound nothing like I do in the video, or I will be grooving solo in my hotel room to spare you the sound of that high-pitched whinny.)
I will close with a greeting to my fellow Canadians (and to those who just love Canada) – Happy Canada Day!