Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Ready to Cheer

Sunday is Olivia's cheerleading competition. (I don't really know why they do it on a Sunday, but whatever.) Last night they had their last practice with the varsity group and then both showed us the cheers and dances they will do on Sunday. Out of Olivia's group of 8, only she and one other girl are competing in their division. Oh well. I think she'll do great. She has a loud voice and was the "set" girl a few times to ready the girls. So cute. Here is her outfit, which many friends and family helped purchase through a raffle - THANKS!



3 comments:

Sara said...

First of all, she looks too cute in that little outfit! :) And I don't know why they do cheerleading competitions on Sundays either. My nieces is a cheerleader in MD, and they do it the same way.

Now, I just read your previous post, and that is so disturbing that there's a possibility Little One could go to a person who has seen him just once when you are a stable placement. This is, I'm sure, an ignorant question, since I've never done foster care...but how attached are you to Little One? I cannot imagine having a child (even with the problems it seems Little One might have) for 8+ months and then going through the separation. How do you handle this emotionally?

Just wondering. I feel like Little One is part of your family. Sigh. Life can be so complicated.

Sara

Julie said...

She looks ADORABLE!!!!!!!

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