Remember my goddaughter Bailie?
Well, her mother sent a link to her cheering in the Championships. And, No, I can’t pick out which one she is, but they, collectively, are super cool.
When you click the link, you will need to search for Greenup County Youth Recreation Junior and click the box.
Her Mother said:
The girls performed their routine at Nationals on a huge stage under the bright lights of the “Wide World of Sports Complex” on Disney’s property with several photographers, videagraphers and ESPN cameras pointing straight at their every movement. But Bailie did awesome and wasn’t fazed at all by the media and all the attention. Which those girls were bombarded because her squad was there to defend their 2006 & 2007 National titles, so everyone had their eyes & cameras on them. Marc and I are very proud of her accomplishments. They worked extremely hard to get where they are now. They practice 2-3 days a week for 3 hours a day, but most often they had pick up practices and would be practicing 4 days a week. Their stunt choreographer was from California, their dance choreographer was from New York and their tumbling coaches are all from college championship squads, like UK, Morehead State, and LSU. But, even after she has won her white satin National Championship jacket, 2 gold metals, and a lot of various trophies, Bailie is still Bailie. She won’t even wear her jacket because she is afraid people will think she is bragging and she doesn’t want that. But I think the best thing she has come away with thus far is pride. Pride in what she and the squad has accomplished together.
Isn’t she the coolest!?!?! I’m proud of her, too.