Last night was the Music Makers concert!
What a fun night we had!
I danced with the Music Makers... in four songs!
There was lots of clapping and laughing. So many people were there, helping to raise money for the Disability Trust.
My Melissa is pretty amazing. She arranged this. It was her sixth Music Makers Creative Performance Evening concert. She even trusted Mum to not make any mistakes on stage! She asked Mum to let me dance. This was my second concert.
We're not a part of the Disability Trust, yet, but the Music Makers is so great for us. I love the dancing and the music. It's great for my sisters, to see me being celebrated for my abilities (and they both love the dancing and the music). It's also good for Mum and Dad, because its so much fun!
And, my sister even joined the stage for Michelle's Zumba set!
She did some great dance moves... and then, she just wanted to play with the sparkles on Brooke's dance costume.
When we find out how much money was raised for the Disability Trust, we will let you know.
He made sure there was a lot of fun and a lot of noise.
He is the newest Ambassador for The Disability Trust. Thanks, Josh!
(He gave Mum a shout out, too! She was a bit nervous about dancing.)
She made a few mistakes, and she was following the other dancers, but she had a fun time! I did, too!
Michelle did some zumba. She's known me, and supported me lots of times. I was taken on stage, until I got too heavy to carry! And, Mum was told to let my Noisy Sister dance on stage, too. She did pretty good... until she found Brooke's sparkles... After that, she just wanted to be on stage. Mum might have to put her in to dancing lessons. My Noisy Sister loved dancing with Georgia!
It was also the first time I have danced for Dad. He was very proud of me. He loved seeing me up on stage.
This is Nicole and my Melissa. They make all of this happen. Love them. And, there's Aunty Carol. She chased my sister, a lot. She's always proud of me.
It wasn't easy for Mum; helping me dance. We were very hot. I'm heavy now, so it was hard on her back and her arms. In this photo, she is holding my head up with her chin. She is holding my wrist, to make sure I can do the dance moves. She always does whatever it is I need. She looks after me, loves me and pushes me to be my best. She puts up with my tantrums, and my crankiness. She is my biggest strength and my greatest support. I love her.
More about the Music Makers:
Music Makers to Perform 2015
Leave Your Disability at the Door
Music Makers – Getting Ready
My Music Maker Friends
Pride in Melissa
Melissa Sings for Dexter
Dexter's First Month
Dexter's Cerebral Palsy
Who is Dexter?
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