This looks like my 20 month old dancing too! lol she still has her paci too and I'm ok with it. My oldest had hers til she was almost 3. It's hard to break them of it but I personally think they're cute :)
Somebody's going to have fun at dancing class when she's older :)Yeah, Oliver still has his binky too. It's attached to a red dog, so kind of like his Jakey so he's got double reason to be attached to it. I don't mind it either. There will come a point when he won't want it any more. I'm ok with that.
I agree, they wean off their binkies when they're ready.That girl has all the right dance moves.It's funny she isn't afraid of the skeleton, most kids would be. But hey, she sees him as her dance buddy, plus he is a really cool singer.I caught the added special effect of the snake peeking out from under the chair wasn't sure if that was intentional or not.
You need to teach her the Thriller moves...then the two of you can dance together!
This is frickin hilarious!!!! This absolutely made my day!!! Rick James never sounded so good, ha ha!!! Go Lily go, that girl's got rhythm!!!!
I love it because she slows down when the music slows down, Grrrrl's got rhythm!
Could she be any more adorable? My daughter also was connected to her pacifier. Over time, we asked her to leave it in her room. Today, she's a resident physician in pediatrics. So, it just doesn't matter!
How many you tube hits have you had on this? because I've watched it 20 times easy.
seriously hysterical! I can't believe how big she is getting! Go LILZ you got the moves!
It cracks me up that she knows that right after that maniacal laughter the music will start and she begins to boogie right when the music is starting.... smart girl! And, great moves too!
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