I watched nervously, shivering in the bleachers and trying not to shake the camera, but she actually seemed to be having fun out there on the ice.
She's learning to keep a smile on her face, even when she's concentrating and gathering her strength to jump or spin in front of the judges.
Where's MY medal for sitting on a cold, hard bleacher and not bawling as I watched my baby girl skate her heart out? Oh, alright, I guess it's not always about me.
Dinner last night: steak & veggie stir fry over noodles
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Very impressive! She looks great on the ice.
Who knew she would stick with it so long and do so well. She does look just like a real skater.
Hi, I seen your comment on Shell's blog- Things I Can't Say (her post about having all boys) and wanted to stop by. I have the same 'problem' as you since we have all girls (3 of them) and get asked if we're going to try for a boy. lol
I loved reading your 'About Me' page, very funny, and am now following you via GFC and Twitter. :) And your daughter looks so elegant and graceful out on the ice.
Wow, you must be so proud. She looks wonderful. How exciting!
I use to love watching the skating at the Olympics and now I get so nervous watching them.
I always tear up at your posts, except the moose ones lol :)
She looks beautiful, graceful, and SO happy! You must be one proud momma in spite of your numb butt ;)
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