Last Saturday, Mommy and I went on a date to the Round Rock Jingle Jam. It is held each year in downtown Round Rock and sure is Jamm'n! They start by lighting the Round Rock Water Tower, Christmas Tree, and street lights so Santa can find his way to us in Round Rock. Then, the festivities can begin! Kind, spirited people were freely giving out popcorn, hot chocolate, chestnuts, hot dogs, drinks, a variety of cookies, candy, ice cream and more. We could make crafts, play games, listen to different performances and even watch puppet shows. They had it all! I definitely recommend it and plan on going each year.
Waving to Santa as he makes his grand entrance.
Sitting with Mrs. Clause in her bakery while I enjoy a cookie.
Drinking, well letting my hot chocolate cool off.
Snuggling with Maggie Moo right before getting some ice cream. Thanks Maggie!
Decorating a Gingerbread cookie
I even ran into my best bud, Alexis from my preschool! It couldn't have been a better night!
Enjoying a Christmas puppet show in the library.
Getting to meet the puppets, and hug them after the show. Now that is what I call VIP privileges!
This past Thursday, I performed in my very first school Christmas Program. We sang, "Away in the Manger", "Up on the House Top" and several other Christmas favorites.
Here I am in the middle row to the left of the boy in white. The 3 year olds all wore Christmas tree hats which we worked hard on to make in class. Notice, I am the only one who would prefer to wear mine backwards.
When you are singing the part, "Up on the Rooftop," I find it helpful to look "up at the ceiling." Everytime I sang this part however, I seemed to fall off my step.
Here I am now standing in the group in front of the risers in the very front row on the far left. Notice, I don't even want to wear that darn Christmas hat anymore. Let's take it apart instead.
Better yet, let's eat the hat. ?!?!
I am so out of here!
Actually, besides falling off my step a few times, and well the hat issues, I really did sing the whole time. Frankly, I think I did a Great Job!