Also, I may or may not have a country music hall of famer in my family. All this to say, Jesalyn was pretty much destined to have a musical bone or two in her body.
We haven't heard her sing yet, but let me tell ya'll, this girl has got some rhythm. When she was first born, anytime a song would come on, she would stop what she was doing and listen. As she got a little older, the legs and feet would start to bounce a bit. When she was old enough to put some weight on her legs while you were holding her, she would wear you out bouncing to the music. I'm not kidding. We literally had to pass her around the room one time, because one persons arms would get tired holding her as she bounced for 45 minutes straight. At least 3 times a week, I'll come home from work, we'll turn off the TV, blast the Itunes and all three of us will just dance. She absolutely loves it! And, bonus!, the exercise is awesome. Forget those dumbbells, turn on a Beyonce cd and just hold little Jesa as she goes and you'll have biceps of steel in a week.
There is a story I'm leading up to here, so I'll get to it. So, most of the time she just bounces, she's not really on beat. But lately, Jesa's getting her groove back. I came home yesterday and Jarrod says "you'll never believe what your daughter did today?" Now, in my head, this could be anything. I've learned to never underestimate what she can do. That day, he had