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Prima Ballerinas?


Prima Ballerinas?
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Today we took an adventure to a czech dance class. I have been looking for some sort of movement/music/dance class for Eloise to take this fall/winter. I thought it would be nice for her to have something that was special and just for her with the arrival of Lillian, her new little sister. After hearing about different options and exploring what little I knew I was introduced to this particular school, Modre Nebe (“Blue Sky”). They offer two classes for children ages 3-5. One is in English and the other is in Czech. Anything that is in English is going to be more expensive. So along with that reason we chose the czech class because we thought it would be a nice, gentle way to introduce Eloise to more of the Czech language. She also has a new friend, Lucy, in the class with her. The teacher speaks excellent English and is able to help the English speakers in the class if they need it. Because Eloise is younger than the specified age we took her today for a trial run. Jon, Eloise, and I all went to the first class together. It was so much fun and so cute to see the little girls playing and dancing around together. I was surprised to see that almost all of the girls wore little leotards and tutus. We brought an outfit for Eloise (too big!), but I was not even sure if we would put it on. However, as soon as I saw all of the other girls changing into their prissy dance outfits, I knew it was a must!

Emily

3 comments on “Prima Ballerinas?

  1. MiMi
    September 13, 2005

    Mimi loves her precious curly headed ballerina all pretty in pink!

  2. Aaron
    September 14, 2005

    Aaron says, “Mimi talks like a grandmother.” Haha. She is adorable, though, so I can’t blame her.

  3. robin
    September 24, 2005

    aunt nobin also thinks she is the most precious ballerina ever.

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