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gymanddance

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This may have been done before, but thought this would be a fun add-on thread.

You know your child is a dancer when....

When having races in the pool with their sibling instead of saying "one-two-three-go," they say "and 5, and 6, and 5,6,7,8."
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Angel2228

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You know your child's a dancer when,...

You're driving down the road and the music catches them. And next thing you know, you're hoping people aren't looking at your car as they pass, because they're sure to think your passenger is convulsing.

Eta: fix spelling
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You know your child is a dancer when.....

They not only to leaps and turns, but they tap dance everywhere!

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JulieDB

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When you manage to step on a ponytail holder or bobby pin in every room of your house.
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your 11-year old doesn't put games or clothes or jewelry on her Christmas list  but new leotards and pointe shoes
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Hairpins. . . . so many hairpins everywhere
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You can apply a pair of false eyelashes before your first cup of coffee is even finished.
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Chasse and leaps instead of walking and tap dancing at the grocery store and in the shower, no matter how many times I tell her it's dangerous to do paradiddles in the shower.
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Every single song that comes on the radio has a memory of a convention combo, competition or recital dance.  
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Every single song that comes on the radio has a memory of a convention combo, competition or recital dance.  


Or a class warm up combo. Haha!
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When the ball portion of every single one of their socks has holes in them from turning, turning, turning everywhere!

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You know your child is a dancer when...

While watching a movie your child gets up to dance to the soundtrack.

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You know your child is a dancer when...

Every time you deep clean, you find a Swarovski Crystal in a nook or cranny.
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You know your child is a dancer when

They play choreographer instead of school.
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Angel2228

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You know your child is a dancer when

They play choreographer instead of school.

Oh my goodness!! YES!!
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When you have to pay for surgery for your cat to have a blockage removed and it consists of hair ties knotted together. (She knots them when she takes them out to keep them in pairs for her bun.)

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When you find out that team auditions/a competition/a mandatory rehearsal are on your DD's birthday, and instead of being upset that she can't go someplace special, she's excited that she gets to spend the day with her dance friends.
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Amomofonedancer

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after 13+ years of dance, they practice very elegant ballet moves while having a discussion with you... sort of like how some people like to pace or fidget while talking.
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When you have to pay for surgery for your cat to have a blockage removed and it consists of hair ties knotted together. (She knots them when she takes them out to keep them in pairs for her bun.)

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OMG poor kitty!  If this wasn't so serious I would laugh!
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...............when you find an old handbag - and the missing ribbons that were supposed to be sewn on a new pair of shoes but had to use an old pair of ribbons instead.


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when you talk about how to tape boobs and the best thong to wear.....and you are at the dinner table in a crowded restaurant and your child is in full comp makeup and you don't even notice
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...when they own more tights and leos than normal clothing.

...when you think "hmm, better not" about a mother-daughter pedicure. (Her feet are just the way she likes them currently, thankyouverymuch.)

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Jerseyboymom

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-- He stands facing you and suddenly fan kicks an inch from your nose.
-- He calls standing on tiptoes standing "on releve."
-- He can listen to endless conversations about bra tops, body tape, and booty shorts without batting an eye.
-- He will walk into a nearby ice cream shop after ballet class wearing basketball shorts, high top sneakers, and tights.
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When people just assume she's a dancer by the way she walks

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PrimaMomma

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...when your kid breaks into spontaneous tapping at the mall
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disneymom2two

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...when your child cannot see an open stretch of grass, aisle in a store, or spacious room without flipping, turning, leaping across it.
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