Kaylin, as always, didn't perform at all. It was all tears the minutes she spotted us among the crowds. I didn't mind because I enjoyed watching the other classes put on their show. Each class did a song and a poem either about Grand parents and / or easter. It was very special.
What made it even more special was that Kaylin's Ouma and Oupa Grootjie (Great Grannie and Grandpa) were visiting from Pietermartizburg and got to come and watch the show. Oupa Grootjie Johan got a prize for being the Oldest Grandpa in attendance. The oldest Granny there was 96! There were prizes for youngest Granny (42) and the youngest Grandpa (41).
They even had an Easter Bonnet Parade and prizes for the best Easter Bonnet. Loads of drinks and snacks were served afterwards and the grand parents got to see the children's classes and receive a little hand-made craft gift that all the little ones had made. This year it was a little potted herb in a gorgeous little hand-made Easter crate. Very special indeed.
Here are some of the memories.
Kaylin in action
The Principal singing the school song