Dancing Handicap?

The Muddy Kids and I spend A LOT of time in the car going here, there and everywhere and most often it’s the place where we listen to music the most, getting our groove on as we cruise along. What I’ve realised lately though is that while we get pretty inventive with our dancing and facial expressions, it’s all above the hips. When it comes to using our legs and feet to dance around the house to music, their movement is a bit limited. We’ve never really practiced our dancing outside of the car. It’s all been constrained in car seats, with head, arm and shoulder movement.
 
So this week with school holidays we’ve been burning off some energy playing musical statues, and all the effort goes into the face, arms and shoulders, they’re a little lost to even keep time with their feet! I think I’ve already given them a dancing handicap, or maybe they’ve just genetically inherited it from Muddy Hubby?
 
Do your kids get their groove on with the whole body, or do they limit it to above the hips like mine?
 

3 thoughts on “Dancing Handicap?

  1. Mama of 2 boys

    That’s funny Nat! Don’t most kids look a little unco when they dance?? The boys just bounce around like mad things when the music is on…I wouldn’t say they’re particularly rhythmic though, must take after their father ;) Gorgeous pics of the gals xoxo

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