Monday, September 3, 2012

Shake Your Money Maker

You could be at Target pants shopping.

You could be in the middle of kitchen cooking dinner.

You could be at the grocery store in the produce section.

You could be walking to your car in the parking structure.

You could have just climbed out of the bathtub.

YOU JUST DON'T KNOW!!

When the music moves you, you just gotta dance.  You feel a need to shake your money maker.

Don't try to fight it. It's useless. The more you tell yourself you can't, the more you will want to.

It will become an itch you can't scratch.  It will become that persistent eye twitch you can't shake.  IT'S NO USE.

Just go with it.

Like J. While in the mall, we passed 'Forever 21'.  Their music spilled out into the doorway as we walked by.  J was drawn to it.  The music spoke to him.

So, he did what he had to do. He went in there and danced.  The little man just had to move to the music.





So when you feel the music calling, don't deny it. Just shake your money maker.

23 comments:

  1. that is so awesome...if only WE ALL were so carefree and lived in the moment like that. Good for him!

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    1. He is a carefree little guy! I hope he never loses that!
      Thanks for visiting! :)

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  2. lol, kids are so awesome with the way they'll totally go with whatever they feel like doing! Looks like he has some real great dance moves

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    1. Too funny! He does have some signature dance moves that constantly crack us up. Kids are hilarious without even trying to be. That's part of what makes them so great!
      Thanks for visiting! :)

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    1. These kids crack me up! Glad you enjoyed it! :)

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  4. Even when it will embarrass your children, you can't deny it!

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    1. Meghan, what are you talking about?! I get out there and shake my bootie too! Granted, I am sure this will cease to be a group effort once they are teenagers.
      Thanks for visiting! :)

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  5. Thanks for checking out my blog. I am following you now as well. I love the pics. Destructo isn't a huge dancer, but every once in a while he will throw out some dance moves.

    www.adventureswithcaptaindestructo.com

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    1. Kids are so hilarious! They are carefree and naturally funny which is part of why they are so great!
      Thanks for the follow and for stopping by! :)

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  6. HA!! I've become a zumba fiend, and now I catch myself shakin' what my mama gave me all the time: cookin' in the kitchen, got some music playin' and BAM, it's shake it time! ;-} It's great for my mood AND my waistline. I'm not as brave as your li'l man, tho - no shakin' it at the mall...yet.

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    1. Hey, have a kid or two, then all your inhibitions will fly out the window! I have been known to bust a move in Target or Old Navy with my little guys on occasion. ;)
      Thanks for visiting! :)

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  7. Thanks for following me at http://tworedbirthstones.blogspot.com/ I am following you back and I am so glad I stopped by because this post was adorable! Music often speaks to my son as well and he just starts busting a move, so cute! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Danielle, isn't so cute how they just start dancing once they hear the music? So funny!
      Glad I discovered your blog and to hear you are now a follower of mine! Thanks for visiting and jumping on the band wagon! :)

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  8. HaHa so cute. Sadly I act like your little man all too often, much to the embarrassment of my kids. Visiting from the weekend blog walk.

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    1. Love it! Life is short. If you want to shake your rump, do it, mama! :)
      Glad you stopped by! :)

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  9. Oh I love this!! I love how kids are so carefree and willing to do things like this. We should all learn to be a little more like them. :)

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    1. Jamie, you are so right! If we would only be as carefree as our little ones, we wouldn't be so stressed and life would be much more enjoyable. I'm working on it!
      Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  10. Hi! I like your Post & Blog. I am a new follower in GFC from Blog hop. I hope your visit!

    Namaste!
    http://www.mamiholisticaygenial.com

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    1. Thanks for the follow and for stopping by! Will have to get over and check out your blog too. ;)

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  11. So awesome, my son is a little too shy but I can't wait until he's comfortable enough to dance around when we go places like this! Love the pictures!

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    1. Thanks Anna! Good to "see" you! Thanks for stopping by! :)

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