Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Look out Stake Dances!

Caitlin is currently in Cotillion at her Middle School. They meet twice a month and learn social etiquette, dancing with boys, etc. Well, tonight the parents were invited to attend and watch their children. I was giddy with excitement and loved watching Caitlin dance with other boys. It got me thinking that in two short years she will be heading out to the Stake dances!






Caitlin wasn't super excited about the last boy she was set up with!

11 comments:

Sandy Toes said...

That face..cracked me up..how fun and innocent is this!
-sandy toes

MBlairsLars said...

That is so cute....Caitlin will be the most popular thing at all the stake dances, she is adorable!

Anonymous said...

I think she is not unhappy with the boy but unhappy with the person taking the picture!! What a doll she is.

Annemarie said...

I am DYING over that last pic! HILARIOUS!!!

Kelly said...

Those have got to be the cutest pictures I have ever seen! I love the last one. We should tell her now that not all boys are that great! HAHA I love her expression! I can not wait to have her in Young Women in a few months.....yeah for us!!

Pyatt said...

Dude--where does the time go...it seems like yesterday she was a newborn and I was taking her on the plane with me while you guys moved back out here and now she is in middle school and going to be a teenager...I'm old...my niece asked me if I had a fridge when I was little..arg...do I look that old?

Jessica said...

Oh gosh! So sweet and I'm tearing up just thinking that those days aren't too far ahead for us. Your kids are beautiful.

Rach said...

I did that in 6-7th grade and we had to wear white gloves. and we couldn't say no to the boys who asked. i can't wait to throw noah in that.

Rachel said...

How cute is that, I love that idea, I wish we had that somewhere around here. I cannot believe that stake dances are in our near future - aaah!

Mark and Meghan said...

she is so stinking cute...can't wait to see her!

Melissa-Mc said...

I'm trying to come to terms with my daughter being a teenager. I haven't even thought of 14 yet.