the holiday show must go on!

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baby b performs a live version of ‘jingle bells’ on her new stand-up mike, only to encounter a lot of action/distraction in the audience and soon realizes that her agent has booked her into a ‘garden level’ holiday party room and she is playing to a tough crowd.

while singing, she is competing for attention with: a big screen tv airing a holiday film, baby j grabbing the mike and trying to eat it when she is stops to adjust her sound system (she is also her own roadie), cousin baby v, stepping in and clapping in the middle of her song, checking to see if she can have a go at the mike, a neighbor baby audience member tipping over and toddling by into the circus tent behind her, baby r jumping around near the couch on the lounge level, as her discounted obstructed view ticket has placed her behind a pole and a massive gift box, and most everyone else who has had a glass or two of a delicious holiday beverage.  baby b however, takes it all in, is unfazed, and continues on with the show. 

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5NWLzPG0hfgR3k4S2J6a2RhSGs/edit

“Between you and every goal that you wish to achieve, there is a series of obstacles, and the bigger the goal, the bigger the obstacles. Your decision to be, have and do something out of the ordinary entails facing difficulties and challenges that are out of the ordinary as well. Sometimes your greatest asset is simply your ability to stay with it longer than anyone else.”  Brian Tracy

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There’s real drama in performing live. You never know how it’s going to be.  – Kevin Costner

 

 

 

 

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  1. Only a true star knows the value of giving an encore! I think that’s the best rendition of Jingle Bells I’ve ever seen. You’ll be watching that performance for years to come!

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  2. Great video of a star in the making … Make sure you post when baby b’s album is out so we can all rush out and get it! Enjoyed the little slice of your family Christmas with baby b as one of the stars …

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  3. I loved this post and it made me have a great, big smile on my face! At Marley’s fifth birthday party, my granddaughter, she wore leopard print pajamas, cowboy boots and got lots of interruptions and funny competitions! I just have photos, not going to be that great of a manager! Need the videos!! Smile, Robin

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