My sister started dancing at about 3, this is the best age to start as they learn the rules and also the dance steps which they can perfect as they get older.
Baby ballet classes are nothing more than expensive daycare. There's no harm in it though.
At the age 3 child should play.Dance is also a kind of play.But if you stared to think perfections then problem started.
by AustralianNappies 7 years ago
Is 12 years old too young to have social networking accounts?
by talfonso 7 years ago
I was formerly a dancer at a dance studio, whose owner died when I was a freshman. During my first years of ballet/tap combo classes, I wore really colorful leotards while others wore black, unadorned ones. I was pretty much the class clown, but I smartened up and wore the same black leotards as...
by KayeKeatley 10 years ago
How young is too young to be having sex for teens these days? As a mother of an 18 and 16 year old I'm curious. Do you start in middle school? Freshman year of high school? I was sophmore year of high school and was no where near prepared for what things happened to me,...
by amy jane 12 years ago
If your child has been involved in and commited to an activity but suddenly wants to quit, do you let them?My daughter has decided she wants to quit dance. She takes 3 classes a week (her choice) and all of her recital costumes are already paid for. She has about 10 classes to go to finish the...
by Linda Rawlinson 7 years ago
Can we be too young to have achieved Enlightenment?Do we have to have a lived a long and 'full' life to be able to say that we know what it's all about? Or can Enlightenment come to anyone who thinks about it long and hard enough, no matter their age?
by duher 8 years ago
How young is too young for makeup?My step daughter is 8 and keeps caking on makeup whenever she can. I saw her with her mother the other day and she encouraged the behavior and even caked some on the little girl herself.It got me thinking.. how young is too young?Is there a generational gap...
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