Gosh... Deb this is such a cute video !!!!!!! lol yeah... it is "BRILLIANT" :DGosh i loved the "loud" Girl..... and the little kid who kept staring at her :D.... i am still "awwwwhhhhing"
That was hilarious Deb. The littlest Angel sure did have the biggest voice!!! I loved the little boy in blue watching her and "getting into it" a little too, swaying with her rhythm . Wonderful Christmas Magic moment!!! Thanks!!
I know guys, isn't it something? Sure to become a classic. That video will sure play at her wedding!
Yeah thats true.... but i was amazed by her confidence !!! coz i remember i was a shy kid !!!
I really don't think she was aware that anyone else was around her.....too funny!!!
Just peeking in quickly to see how Lyndsie's doing this morning. ???
lol, there is always one.
Oh my! What a voice on that one! I agree with the others about the little one in blue, watching the loudest angel. Adorable!
Can you imagine directing this??? Hysterical.
It's a little like the Christmas play I just did with my theater. I didn't have any loud singers like that, but the kids were suppose to sing the song, "Once in Royal David's City" and they could not get the tune right, even with piano accompaniment. They always sang it to "Hark the Herald Angels Sing." The piano was playing one song and they were singing the other. I just sat back stage laughing because no matter how many times we practiced it, they could not get it right. Oh well. It adds to the charm of the whole thing.
I think that's me playing Joseph. I was very drunk at the time, like the real Joseph.
That boy in blue is going to do really well in life, multi-tasking-wise. He kept singing all the while he was looking at her. I'm impressed. (I had to stop the video midway through. The angel was driving me nuts.)
That is precious!
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Dawn that made me laugh out loud. That angel was driving me nuts. How many times have we all said that? I'm so glad everyone enjoyed it. Sweet moments. Our own pageant was less that it could be which made it all the better. The worse, the better, right?
LOL Now that you mention it, Deb, it was an odd little statement, wasn't it? I'm glad you pointed that out. :)
Hilarious. I get the sense that the last words her mum spoke to her before she hit the stage were, "don't forget to project, darling."
I think it's too Funny! I really don't think that she was aware that anyone else was around her.
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