Christmas plays

My eldest Jak was in his school play and it was such a delight to see him up on stage doing what he loves. It was quite emotional for me as I was so proud of him.
It’s something you can’t help feeling when you see your children in school plays, especially this time of year in the school nativity plays, no matter what part your child has got just to see them standing their so proud of themselves because they are performing for you and all the other parents.
Who else has watched their children perform this Christmas? X

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My 4 year old and the rest of his class in Reception had there Christmas carols today (12.12.11) and they were all superb. There was singing, acting, dancing and even short speeches going on. All the children remembered everything they was meant to, which is quite surprising considering they are only 4/5 years old.
It was definately another proud day for me.
I was quite shocked to see Joseph sitting there still, playing the part of ‘Joseph’ Brilliantly, which is quite unlike Joseph as he is always on the go normally, he never sits still at home and is always climbing on something lol.

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9 Responses to Christmas plays

  1. Mummy2Lilly says:

    I absolutely loved seeing Lilly-May in her school play it brought a tear to my eye watching her join in and sing along to all the songs.. She was a little angel.. I think that part fit her perfectly as she’s my little angel (when she wants to be) but also as she is shy and wouldnt of said anything if she had a big part bless her.. I dont think its about the part at all its about seeing your child up on stage feeling comfortable enough to join in with all the other kids enjoying themselves. WELL DONE JAK love DeeDees and Lilly-May xxxx

  2. pauline bugeja says:

    i am very proud of jak ,i wish i had been there too,

  3. mum of 2 boys says:

    I am so proud of my son Taylor too, because he is quite shy and in the past he usually ends up singing in a back row of his play and this year he wasn’t he had a part too, and he was fantastic I had a huge lump in my throat because he handled it perfectly I am so proud of Taylor, and all the children that took part xx

  4. mum of 1 says:

    Jak was fantastic couldn’t help but be drawn to him when he was on stage he obviously loves it. Josh is so shy and normally has a non speaking part but had a speaking part last year and it does bring a lump to the back of the throat no matter what part they have. Joseph was so proud of Jax and sat with a huge smile on his face from beginning to end when we watched the dress rehersal. Joseph plays his part of Joseph beautifully so your in for another treat on Monday.xx

    • I think being on stage with there friends helps them with their confidence.
      All the children in the play were brilliant, I too like ‘mumof2’ was proud of every single one of the children.
      Joseph my little four year old is in his school play on Monday and I am so looking forward to seeing it.

  5. Caron - mum of four says:

    I miss those days, mine are all grown up now but I never missed their plays or dance shows or football matches if I could help it. It does make you proud to see them doing their best and enjoying what they do. I am very proud of them all. Love my kids and nieces and nephews loads xxx

  6. Caron says:

    I miss those days, mine are all grown up now but I never missed their school plays, dance shows or football matches if I could help it. It does make you proud to see them doing their best and enjoying what they do. I am very proud of them all, Love my kids, nieces and nephews loads xxx

  7. Kirsty says:

    Both plays were really great. Jak is a superstar and Aleasha was really great with her part in their play. It was a shame Jake weren’t well and had to end up sitting at the back in the reception play as he was ment to of been one of the reindeer’s.

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