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A Skate Date

Michael and my Godson had his birthday party the day before his birthday at a skating rink.  Gabby has been begging to go to the skate she was so excited to see Aiden and Addison and to skate!!  Gabby still requires a 'walker' when skating, but this time she has improved significantly since last year when we went to the skating rink.  She did not need help and when she fell she helped herself up and never cried.  She kept up with the big kids and skated more than anyone else.  This girl plays hard!
Captured a rare moment, Gabby napping.  She was so excited before the party and having a late night playing the night before that she had to rest before  the party started!

She even looks like she is having fun while wiping out.

She got back up and started skating right away.

These two cuties did not stop skating for hours.

Apparently fashion accessories were a necessity.  She acquired hipster glasses and gloves while skating.

During the last few minutes at the skating rink Gabby discovered you could request songs and they would play them almost instantly.  Naturally Gabby requested one of her favorites, "Roar" and  here she is roaring.

Gabby performing for the entire skating rink.  Yes, she created her own stage and look at the style.  Her moves are the greatest.  After over three hours skating and dancing she still wasn't ready to go.  It was the best party ever!


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