Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Wordless Wednesday_Sing...Sing a Song...

Ha, remember that song? Sesame Street.


But on to the post! ;) The video's only 8-seconds long. The boys to the left of my son (back row, right) are triplets. Cool, yes? They're in his class and in his Cub Scouts. How cool to have triplets. :) The funny thing to me in this video though, is the girls with the pom-poms. Not that the girls are funny, they did great... just that my son didn't know the girls were getting pom-poms until the rehearsal the day before the performance and boy was he irked that HE wasn't going to get pom-poms for props too, hahahhahahaha.


Here he is stepping out to do his duet. They did great but all I could see was the back of my son's head. Not a good picture opp, but certainly an awesome in-person moment to see. :) Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  1. Where's the video of the song?
    What did they sing?
    Where's the rest of this post????

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    1. It's just an 8-second vid. They sang 'One Big Happy Family are We!' Weeee! And it's a Wordless Wed. post so it's already longer than it should have been. So much for me being wordless ;)

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  2. Oh your son is so adorable! Enjoy every moment with him. Have a nice day Rosey!

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    1. Thanks, Julie. I do!! I really do. :) I'm headed over to see your WW post. :)

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    2. Sorry if this duplicates:

      Awe your son is so cute♡ ... Is he sure he wanted pompoms? :-)

      I hope things are going well for you and that Spring is on it's way...it's trying hard to show up here in Nova Scotia... lots of rain :-)

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    3. Launna, we got snow this morning! Unreal!! It's melted now, but still...really???? ;)

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  3. Oh how sweet! Now get that boy some pompoms Mom!

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    1. So funny that THAT is what he was stressing about. Not singing in front of a crowd... just the fact that he didn't get to do it with pompoms, hahahahaa

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  4. I absolutely loved this and seriously your son is adorable!! ;)

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    1. Says the gal w/the cutest avatar ever. ;)

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  5. Yes, I remember that song and now it's stuck in my head. Thankyouverymuch.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. I'm always here to help. :) :) :) Fabulous day to you too!!

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  6. Yes, I do remember that song. Triplets, eh? They must keep Mom and Dad busy. Very cute video. :)

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  7. I don't blame him! I want pom poms too! The video is adorable and no I wouldn't want 3 of Molly OR 3 of Kyle lol. They were hard enough on their own :)

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    1. I don't know... I bet three can be amazingly fun!! :)

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  8. Sadly, the Sesame Street songs are the only ones that have stayed in my brain.

    I bet that was a cute program.

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    1. That's okay though, Sesame Street had a rocking song line-up! ;)

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  9. Oh, that is so cute! And who DOESN'T want pom poms?!

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  10. Sing out louuuuuddddd! To last the whole day loooooonnnnngggg! Don't worry that it's not goooooood enough for anyone else to hearrrr. Classic.

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  11. That's one of my favorite bits form Sesame Street. Thanks for sharing that video. It was so cute!

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  12. Awww! how very cute heheh!

    Have a singtastic week Rosey :-)

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    1. They take their performances very seriously in the 1st grade. :)

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  13. lol now that is just rude not being able to get any props too. All I can think with triplets is there would be a crap load of dirty diapers in the beginning

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    1. hahaha literally and figuratively speaking. I never thought of the potty training phase...maybe it was easier because they watched each other learning. :)

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  14. I can't imagine having triplets. I would be upset too if I didn't get pom-poms. I bet it was a fantastic program.

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    1. Wouldn't triplets be fun!! It was a very cool program. ;)

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  15. So sweet! I love that he wanted pom-poms too! I totally don't blame him-they are fun! :-)

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  16. I really miss these concerts! Wahh! Why do kids have to grow up? I'd be irked if I didn't get pom poms too! He is such a cutie!

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  17. I do not get the pom poms, they cover the faces of the people in the back! My daughter is in the choir at church and I get annoyed when I cannot see her face because of someone else's actions.

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  18. That did look like it would have been fun to watch those little ones sing. Why couldn't the boys have pom poms too--I agree with your son!

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  19. That's hilarious about the poms. Maybe next time he'll get some props!

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  20. That's great! I always cry when I hear their out of tune singing voices. I don't know why I do. I could see Isaak being pissed about the pom poms to. LOL

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  21. It reminds me of all the concert programs my son was in. Yah, I went to everyone of them. :-)

    I was hoping for twins when my son was born but he was a single after all, but just imagining triplets with my son's energy or inquisitive must see attitude is exhausting to think about, lol!

    Sia McKye Over Coffee

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  22. Don't you just love these lil' concerts they give and plays. I have many of my grandson, but I sure don't remember my own kids doing that stuff unless I was just working all the time, which is probably what happened. Thanks for sharing my friend. You're duh best! HUGS

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  23. Aww this is adorable, I wish I could get the boychild to do this. He is so shy sometimes.

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  24. What a cute video. Your son is adorable!

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  25. He is staring at the pom poms. Girls get all the props

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  26. Love the video! You're son is so darn cute! Triplets no thanks twins were enough :)

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  27. That's awesome LOL I love kids programs like this - so entertaining!

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  28. I remember this song from when I was little and watched Sesame Street. What a sweet performance.

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  29. My three were close enough, I never wanted multiples. They are all in their 40's now, so I am seeing videos of grandkids school plays. Fun!

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  30. Oh Rosey - what a great memory you have here. Be sure and save it for him. He is a D O L L !

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  31. That is so cute. I love kids at that age.

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  32. Oh he is too cute. What a great memory :)

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  33. How adorable! I love these types of shows isn't it just so lovely as a mom to watch? So cute! Also, I would want pom poms too! They are awesome!

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  34. Oh, I love that song! It's so much cuter when sung by adorable kidlets. You should be proud, Mama!

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  35. So cute! Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/04/at-keyboard.html

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  36. My oldest son would have been upset to not have pom pons as well. I miss these types of concerts.

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  37. Your son is seriously adorable!! Love this.

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  38. That's so funny about the duet part...Just the back of your son's head. I think we've all had some photo moments like that. And just like any mom, we still snap that shot! Oh, yes, we do!

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  39. Oh, I feel bad for him that he didn't get pom poms! Maybe next time!

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  40. I love treasured keepsakes like this video. They will bring many fond memories for years to come.

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  41. Awww so cute.
    I would like to have twins....not sure on the triplets :)

    I would have loved to hear the duet :)

    Yay!

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  42. Triplets would be very cute, but a heck of a handful. And imagine giving birth to those things!

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  43. I love seeing my children perform. No matter the angle, it is always so heartwarming to see them on stage. I have all girls so it is nothing but Barbie's, bows, and pom-pons in my household.

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  44. Adorable to see kid's dressed up for their show :)

    Would have loved to see the video too, Rosey :)

    Appreciate your linkup, always!
    xoxo

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  45. Aww. I love seeing kids all dressed up and give it their all when performing! They are so cute.

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  46. So sweet. A great job and so cute.

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  47. I remember how fun it was to go to the kids recitals. It is great when you can get it on video and watch it years later.

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  48. What a great moment for him! Sad no a perfect pic, but you still have the moment :)

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  49. Aw this is so cute! I always loved when my kids got to do stuff like this.

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  50. He is so adorable, very nice performance. And yes the triples are cool , yet not sure that I would want to handle 3 at the same time ...

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  51. I do remember that song from Sesame Street! Little known trivia about me, I was on Romper Room when I was a kid! Your son did great! :)

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

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    1. Ha, I loved that show! She never called my name though... I guess there weren't a lot of little girls named "Rosey." ;)

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  52. Aren't they the cutest! I always love watching when the do stuff like this! My guy would have been asking for the pom poms as well! Very sweet!

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  53. LOL Cute end of the video. It is so nice today to be able to catch things on tape with our cell phones. So much harder in the old days.

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  54. How cute! I always like taking videos of my children's performances so that I can show them later.

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  55. How adorable! My kids put on concerts like this at their old school, but after we moved the new one doesn't have concerts. I miss that.

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