She is too cute! I was fairly limber as a child but that is one stunt I could never master - try as I might. Tell her to keep plugging away!
Tell Feisty--I'm impressed! That's very good!
Perhaps a tumbling or acrobatic class is in her future? Our 5 yr old granddaughter has been taking classes for 2 yrs now..xo
Cute pic.Thanks for dropping by. Yes, I've been extremely busy. Work, and teaching 12 step, and volunteering with someone who does peacemaking work in conflicted churchs, it's a little crazy. Most nights I come home, light my candles and fall asleep on the sofa. Safe eh?Anyway, I'll have to rework a new routine so I can visit in blogland.Meanwhile hope all is well with you
That is too cute! LOL!
Too cute! My little boy makes something like that too:) Happy WW!
Do I see a future Olympian? :) Happy ww!
Adorable!!!! Happy WW!
what a great way to learn how.
Now that is what I call talent!!
She's close, isn't she! What fun! :)
And now she is a Wordless Wednesday star, too! ;) So cute!(Mine's up today!)
The next famous gymnast in the making! hehe I remember doing all that when I was younger...now I'd break my neck if I tried it! lol I'm really behind visiting blogs but will try to get all caught up this afternoon:-) Now to read your previous post!! xoxo
yeah for Feisty!! Great job!
Wow!! I would kill myself doing that!!! But fun when your young!!
About your comment on my blog today. A man who does windows! Looks like you have a Butler yourself.
Go Feisty! What would childhood be without doing gymnastics in the house???
Good job, Feisty!!
This child could go far as a gymnist! She's so cute!
She'll get there! Too cute!
Tell Feisty that Groovy once stood on her head - without a wall or couch - for over 45 minutes.Groovy can still stand on her head, but only for about 2 minutes now.
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