The Abraham Family’s Journey to Russia to Bring Home Their Daughter

February 18, 2009

Dizzy Dancing

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I just love this little video. This is Lexi's new favorite activity.

Can you tell her toys have taken over our living room? Oh well, they are only little once!

11 comments:

jeanette wunderly said...

Sooooo cute!!!

Barb said...

What a sweetie! btw, loved your Monday post - I too, always forget to get a new calendar . . .

Melissa said...

She is just too cute! It's amazing how much they can change in just a few months. I'm looking forward to seeing Colby's photos a few months from now. Although we did forget to get a pic from his first bath. We were having a great time though.
Melissa

Kristine and John said...

It is really amazing how she spun around all those times and didn't fall down! Love how she ran to you guys afterwards...she was so proud of herself!

Rich and Jolynn said...

Your little girl is so precious and so too our the boys. I have been following you blog for awhile, we are waiting for a referral. Thank you for sharing it is so great to see your family doing so well. Lexi is so loved and happy. Congratulations!

Cindy said...

How cute! I have so enjoyed reading through your blog and learning about your adoption story. What a sweet, beautiful family you have been blessed with!

David and Kami said...

She has such a funny little personality! What a cutie! J does that too and thinks it is the most hilarious thing ever, but he eventually gets dizzy and falls down!

Becky and Keith said...

Hehehe... she is just the cutest!! I can tell you that if I spun around that many times I would have landed on my behind! :-) Andrew loves that piano thing even at 3 1/2 years old! Toys have taken over our house too. I've given up trying to fight it.

Anonymous said...

Watch out Dancing With The Stars!

She has great balance - do I see toe shoes on the horizon?

Love, Auntie Bunner

P.S. are you signing Garrett up for the nursery?

Kim said...

Very very cute! We used to have that leap frog table too but it would start singing in the middle of the night when no one was around. It freaked me out!

Old DAN AND Little ANN said...

Both my girls twirled from 'as soon as they could' until ... well, I guess they are still twirling. It is such a total girl thing!