Monday, July 21, 2014

Little Pierogi Rocks The Chicken Dance
English-Italian-German Niece   
(and her little girl.) 

My English-Italian-German niece
married a Polish-Ukranian.
Polish-Ukranian Niece's Husband 

They had a
Polish-English-Italian-German-Ukranian baby.
Her last name ends in -ski
so that makes her Polish right?
(Well, I know, she's American thru and thru
but you get the idea, right?)

Polish-English-Italian-German-Ukranian Little Girl 

Her Grandaddy nicknamed her "Little Pierogi."
"Pass the Pierogi, please."
means "I'll take the baby toddler little girl."
Attending the Polish American Festival
(held at the German American Club)
our Little Pierogi rocked the Chicken Dance.
Rocking the Chicken Dance 

And this from her parents who had said
there would be no Chicken Dance at their wedding.
It looks like the Mother-of-the-Bride,
(who loves to request the Chicken Dance at weddings,)
has the last laugh after all.

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  1. how cute is she!! That is a wonderful hybrid of cultures and she is clearly a great dancer!! thanks for linking up!

  2. beautiful little girl and so are her parents and the mix turned out perfect... love the chicken dance story

  3. Ha...I love this, as we have two British-German-Italian-French boys. :) She is 100% precious!

  4. And a great big Awww to this little guy too. What a cutie pie.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday. ☺

  5. She's so cute, and I love her nickname!

  6. Such an adorable, happy post!!

  7. These are the sweetest pictures. I love the beautiful sharp focus on your daughter with the blurred background of fellow dancers. Your composition really tells the story - and it is one of love and laughter and the sheer joy of movement for movement's sake. Wonderful!

  8. laugh and be happy is what this little one is doing!

  9. Ha! funny, and "pass the pierogi, please" is soooo cute!

  10. what a cutie, and now I need to make some pierogi. I have fun with that dance. LOL

  11. Little Pierogi is too cute! The bottom photo is my favorite but they are all good!

  12. I can so identify with little pierogi. I am English, French and Italian on my mother's side and Germany and Danish on my dad's side. Then I married a guy of 100% Dutch descent, and now our even more of a mixed breed daughter is dating an African American. Her poor kids if they get married, but they have the potential to be beautiful.

  13. She was definitely the center of attention at this affair!

  14. omgoodness, how cute she is!!! awesome, fun, captures!!!

  15. Really sweet images Rebecca!


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