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My dd is 6 and finished her first year competing. I was very skeptical letting her do a solo, but she begged and her DT felt like she would be okay up there by herself, would remember her routine, etc. Really, that's all I expected this year. She had varying results at regionals, she placed 2nd out of 17 in the 5/6 year old division (elite level) at one comp and got high silver (only one out of two given out of a sea of dancers...womp womp). After the last regionals, she worked her butt off on her solo and conditioning/stretching. She placed 3rd overall in the mini solos and re-competed at grand nationals placing 3rd again. I know, I know...with how subjective the comps are and how the dance comp world has gone nuts as of late, it doesn't mean anything, but I am really proud of her hard work.
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That's so awesome! Congratulations!
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You should be proud! Congratulations!!
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Good for her! Congrats!
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Congrats! I know too that comp placements can be.. well not sure what the word is here... but as a mom to a mini they do have to put in the work to get there. So congrats and to many more years!
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Congrats! That's great!
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