Friday, December 14, 2007

BEAUTY WAS AN ANGEL.

Yesterday was the school Nativity Play and Beauty played one of the many of the little angels. She is the only little girl in her class so she looked really sweet dancing around with all the little boys.I bought her a new dress to wear, it is the princess dress from Enchanted and she looked an absolute picture. Due to the rules about not taking pictures of the other children in the school I do not have a photo yet but I will post one as soon as possible.
We all want to go and see Enchanted and so we might go as a family,Beauty has never been to the cinema before so that will be something to look forward to but as she absolutely loves the dark I am hoping we will not have too many problems.I have seen clips from Enchanted on the Disney Channel for a long time now and it looks very funny.
I was also thinking about taking Beauty to see the pantomime Snow White in the New Theatre, Gwen's boyfriend from Torchwood is in it which means that the older girl's would love to see it too.
One thing we will not be doing this year though is going on the Big Wheel at the Winter Wonderland. This year it is not just a Big Wheel but a BIG WHEEL, obviously not as big as the London Eye but big enough to scare me and all the girls into saying IT JUST ISN'T GOING TO HAPPEN.

Wheel image

I shall stick to the carousel with Beauty!

4 comments:

Casdok said...

Yes i would to!!
Oh and thank you for the video clip. Very clever isnt it!

Elissa - Managing Autism said...

I'd be sticking to the carousel too!

xx

Steve said...

So glad to hear the Nativity play went well. Ben's kicks off on Tuesday afternoon - can't wait! He had his dress rehearsal yesterday and really enjoyed it.

MOTHER OF MANY said...

The School Play was brilliant but not so the BIG,BIG wheel!

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May the wind be always at your back,

May the sun shine warm upon your face,

May the rains fall soft upon your fields,

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