Wednesday, December 17, 2008

I always wanted to be famous


But I am not. That is OK I have dealt with it. My kids well they ARE. You see in this small East Texas town we live in they have now been in the paper 4 times. Its crazy. Let me tell you about this time. The big boys, Colin and Tanner took a class at C.H.E.S.S.(Christian Home Educators of Sulphur Springs) this year called S.T.I.C.(Standing Together In Christ). Well they did so good at our open house night that they were asked to perform at a local church. We were all so excited to show off our kids. What parent isn't? Well 6 weeks and 7 different performances later they are done. One of the little girls thought they could get a bus and tour. So cute. Anyway here is their newspaper picture, some pics from churches, and lo and behold a YouTube Video. What can I say? Get some popcorn gather your children And enjoy!!!



7 comments:

mommy4 said...

HA HA HA!! They look so cute! WOW, Collin was the lead on that video, great job! Tanner just loos adorable in his picture. CONGRATULATIONS!!

Mary Beth said...

They were great! Our church did the exact same movement! I was just telling Dusty last night how proud I am to have y'all as cousins!

Kelly said...

This reminds me of AG days when they used to do human videos. Very cool.

Shipra Panosian said...

how adorable. I'm so proud of your kiddos! Takes a bold little soul to stand up in front of a group of people and perform! My kids were so impressed...their very own friends in a Youtube video :)

Life on The Rowland Ranch said...

Wow!! Love it! Looks like Colin was the star of the show front and center there! :) I want my kids to be in a class like this too! Haven't seen sticks used like that before...what kind of class is it? Very cool!

An Apron Straitjacket said...

They did a wonderful job! Thanks for sharing the video!

Stina said...

Hey, I found your blog from a comment on thepioneerwoman.com. I live in Lindale! Small world, huh? You are inspiring me to venture into blogging myself. Ree's is so amazing, I am intimidated, but we've all gotta start somewhere right. Looks like you've got a great bunch of "punks". :)