The Christmas season is one of the most festive seasons of the year. Apart from being with the entire family, it's also the time where most of us are engaged in some really fun holiday activities. We have Christmas parties, theme park festivities, and so much more!
Christmas dance recitals are also common during this season. However, for one group of kids, their presentation was extra special as it was their very first Christmas dance recital!
Instead of looking nervous and shy, the group of 5 little beautiful girls looked marvelous on stage. Dressed like reindeers, they were clearly having fun with their routine. They looked really adorable with their brown dress and they even have red antlers and red ribbons to go with their costumes.
In the first part of the song, they started with their hands on their knees. Then, they started waving their little arms. Although they weren't completely in sync with one another and they weren't really sure what steps were next, they still looked impressive. And with their tiny noses all red, you'd have a hard time resisting their charm if you were there.
The parents of the children were clearly proud of their little girls. As you can hear in the video, they were clapping, giggling, and cheering their kids on. Children at their age don't always like being in front of such a huge crowd or performing in front of a lot of people. So, seeing the girls dancing well and loving what they're doing was surely impressive.
When the song got more upbeat and the kids' movement became more energetic, the crowd showed the same energy. They were laughing and clapping as the kids' stomped their feet to the song. They performed Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Chris Isaak. It's a popular Christmas song that a lot of people know by heart.
The music is an extremely common song played during the Christmas season. Some even play it as early as the last week of November or first week of December. The song is about Santa's 9th deer who's often depicted as the leader of the reindeers pulling Santa's sleigh and helping him deliver all his gifts to kids. He had this glowing red nose that's believed to illuminate the pack's path during their journey. While he was often bullied by the other reindeers because of his nose, it's what made him a well-loved Christmas character. In fact, apart from the song, he's been the subject of a lot of Christmas movies, animated films, and stories, too.
To see the little girls impressive first Christmas dance recital, you can watch this video: