When I received the opportunity to review Fairy Dancing, the latest DVD from The Fairies, I was intrigued. My kids both enjoy dancing, so I thought it might be fun.
About Fairy Dancing… “From jazz to tap, tango to rock ‘n roll, bootskooting to ballet, the fairies discover so many different kinds of fan-fairy-tastic songs and dances. Featuring all of the Fairyland friends dancing, Fairy Dancing is full of beauty and friendship and a sprinkling of glitter and magic! It is priced at $6.99 suggested retail. Available at a retailer near you or www.NCircleEntertainment.com and on Amazon.
I asked him why he thought that, and he said, “Mom, it’s all pink and gots fairies. That’s girl stuff.”
I couldn’t help but laugh, and then explained to him that while the DVD was geared toward girls, he could still enjoy watching it, just like Sister enjoyed watching some of his “boy stuff.” I also told him that he could get some exercise by dancing with The Fairies and duplicating their moves.
When I mentioned exercise, he agreed to give the DVD a try. He loves to exercise. He was soon boot scooted right off the floor, though. Literally.
Sister whirled and twirled, and cut up some rug with The Fairies. And if you look closely, at the second photo, you can see Mister peering over the edge of the couch to watch her. It was quite comical, to see her spinning and trying to duplicate the steps. I would be lying if I said I didn’t laugh when she fell over after one too many spins.
Oh, her outfit? Didn’t you know that all cowgirl ballerinas wear boots with their tutu’s?
Since we received The Fairies- Fairy Dancing DVD, Sister has been a regular little dance star. She absolutely adores the DVD, and will actually wear her tutu and leotard now. I couldn’t get her to keep it on before she saw the little fairies with theirs on. Now I have a hard time peeling her out of it so I can keep it laundered. She’s even worn it to the grocery store, with a pair of jeans to cover her legs.
NCircle would like to send one lucky TBC reader a Fairy Dancing DVD for their own little ballerina.