Tom’s Christmas Program.

Tom had his first Christmas program at school on Thursday.

I cannot express to you how insanely excited I was.

I love Christmastime, and some of my best memories are of our school programs.

I loved being able to perform for all the parents.

I loved singing and theater — and Christmas just made it all even more wonderful.

So when his school told me he’d be in their Christmas program — I was super thrilled!

Tom had been practicing for weeks.

Every now and then he’d start singing Jingle Bells or We Wish You A Merry Christmas, and that’s how I knew which songs his class would be performing.

I loved that he loved it and was singing it.

So adorable!

What makes my child singing songs even *more* adorable?

Watching him singing with his classmates.

I could seriously watch 12 two-year-olds sing Christmas songs all day.

It’s hilarious.

I loved it.

Tom loved it and was so proud of himself.

It was all sorts of cute.

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Even Tom sitting with his classmates waiting for their turn seemed super cute to me!

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Yes, Tom is turned the wrong way.  I was really a bit nervous he may stay this way, but he did turn around before their first song.  Whew!

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Tom jingling his bell and singing his song!

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He needed a drink after that performance!

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Mimi was able to come and watch!  And this is the best photo I got of them.  Tom apparently needed more juice to loosen him up. 😉

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Oh, but it’s okay, because this is the best photo I got of us.  Tom!

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I love this so much.  Tom’s big smile really stands out.  (He’s the red ornament kinda top center.) He’s so cute, right?!

Merry Christmas!!

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2 Responses to Tom’s Christmas Program.

  1. Nicole says:

    I was super giddy too about the first performance. Love the picture with the hat!!

  2. I still remember you singing Mary, did you know at Miller!

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