20 December 2008

The Joys of Uncle and Aunt-hood

Living far from family doesn't afford many opportunities to enjoy Mark's nephews as they grow up. So when we heard that our youngest nephew, Chad, was having his pre-school Christmas program the morning after we arrive here in Cayman, we agreed it would be fun to go. Armed with a new camera and zoom lens we set off to ooh-ahh and chuckle at all the wee ones performing. So forgive me as I brag on our nephew via photos.
The program was held outside in the school's amphitheater where the parents/family members packed in to view the program. Since it was only 8:30am it wasn't too hot and there was a nice breeze to keep us all cool.
Before Chad's class performed, the 2 year olds took the stage. Mark and I spotted this Scot among the talented crew. Since the school is an International School, we really weren't too surprised to find him there.Here's some of Chad's group lined up on the "stage."How precious is this?After the 3 classes sang and motioned to the music, we were invited back to their classrooms to see the Christmas decorations. We stayed just long enough to see the start of snack time too (thus the yogurt face!). Chad must have liked his reindeer hat from singing "Rudolph" because he just kept wearing it. What a sweetheart!

1 comment:

3 for Me! said...

LOve the pictures of your nephew!! I love seeing your photos:)

Glad you have time with your family in warm Caymen!!