Hello Rosebud, This is good to see that he is enjoying dance activity as this recital will give him more inspiration to do more. So give him time as he sees enjoyment. Has he seen ballet? if not, It's not that important if he hasn't seen it yet. I think that once that he enter his teens and an interest in the opposite sex may get him to ballet.
Aww we can only dream Rosebud.
Just to think where I like to be Rosebud.
On a stage.
He loves it Peter, thanks for asking. His recital is coming up next Saturday, the 6th of June. He's all excited about it. He's only 5 1/2, so he's still kind of clumsy and hasn't developed the grace and finesse as yet, but he tries.
Gee thanks Rosebud, Yes this will make your son fitter for life if he continues this fine art and hope he enjoys this as every ballerina needs a boy to support her and also don't be too shocked to find him with the En Pointe shoes as there is an exam to see that his feet will be strong in the shoe.
Dose he like to dance? as this is just the basic feeling that he possess in him as I did as music just makes me dance and be happy in doing.
In a "Par de Duex" (Dance for two) I had ballerinas tower over me and I go to do a lift and she complains am I off the floor LOL as that was just so funny.
I can go on over this subject to you to death as ballet to me is just so beautiful to do.
When I first joined this forum a couple of weeks ago, and I saw the ballet slippers, I thought you were female. I'm happy to hear that you're male and that you've been a ballet dancer because I think more males should be involved in dancing. My husband and I enrolled my 5 year old grandson in ballet two years ago and he's the only boy in the class. Most men are paranoid to have their sons involved in ballet thinking it will make their sons sissys. I, on the other hand believe it makes them stronger and more well coordinated. Ballet is not easy and is definitely NOT for sissys. I was in ballet for 10 years myself and loved it. Kudos to you, Peter!
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