Stomp. Stomp. Stomp. Stomp.
Jessica and I sometimes have to pay close attention to understand what Abigail is singing, if we ever actually do pick up the words. But the girl certainly knows how to put on a show.
Flailing hands. Flailing hands.
Actually, she’s got a few songs down. For example, she can sing the entirety of Ring Around the Rosey.
Spin, stomp, flail. Spin, stomp, flail.
It’s not all at what you’d call the right speed, and if you don’t prompt her for the next line, you get an endless series of “Ashes,” but it’s a whole song and she can sing it. She is also pretty good at falling down, which is a key part of that song.
Jump, laugh, jump, laugh.
She has also been known to grab her stuffed Halloween cat and shake it up and down singing, “Jingle Bells! Jingle Bells!” I think that forms a nice juxtaposition.
Arms up, big finish.
We’re still working on “Evita.” She keeps coming in too early and then starts crying for Argentina instead of the other way around.