My little cheerleader…

Some things you just aren’t ready for.

Like my daughter starting to cheer.

I was hoping to make it until she was at least in middle school but somehow I found myself giving in to her pleas.

And isn’t she just the cutest flipping thing?!

For those that know Addy in real life… this won’t come as a shock that she is a natural head cheerleader.

Whatever she does, others follow suit.

What shocked me was how stage mom I felt inside watching her.

She was goofing around too much, she wasn’t holding proper position or staying in line, she wasn’t enunciating from her diaphragm….

All I could think was “Let me get out there!! I’ll coach these girls!!”

no worries though, all of these thoughts were in my head and I never spoke them to anyone… other than my mom. She understood though.

For reals.. how adorable is she?!?!

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Leave a comment to My little cheerleader…

  1. Addison is so stinkin’ cute!

  2. She’s the cutest! It’s so easy to be a “stage mom”. My daughter has cheered since Kindergarten and she is in 8th grade now. I gotta admit, sometimes I wanna just be one of those crazy momma’s but I always refrain!

  3. So cute! I hope Avery doesn’t take to cheering. I’m afraid of who I would be. Haha. Better stick with gymnastics or dance. :-)

  4. O my goodness! She is way too adorable!

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