She did really well. And quite honestly, I was a teensy worried, as she had a small part of the song where she seemed to get tripped up and forget her words every so often. But in the end--our girl rocked it. While I know I am very biased (I am her mother after all!), please know I'm not saying she's the next Carrie Underwood by ANY means. I was just very proud of our girl.
Oh, and a funny little story of how Peanut's solo choice came to be. Her instructor played A Tisket, A Tasket for Peanut at her lesson in late March and Peanut didn't seem very big on it. Truth be told, neither was I! Which is funny because I typically LOVE anything that is 30's and 40's--I think it was that I wasn't very familiar with the song. I mean, I had heard it, but I didn't know it really well. Anyhow, I digress. I asked her teacher if there was anything else she had in mind. So she pulled out several other songs (at least three others?) and played each of those for Peanut. Nope, she didn't like those either. So Peanut then told her instructor, "I would rather do the first song you played."
I guess her instructor knows Peanut better than she knows herself!
And let me tell you--this song really, really grew on me these last three months. In the end, I ended up loving it!!! It was a very, very sweet song. I also love it that her instructor seems to know her students and his/her abilities so well and what each of them are capable of. I have loved every song that Peanut has done. Her teacher just seems to pick the songs so well for the child and their age. It's very clear she knows what she's doing! Which is good for this no musical talent mama!!!
And yes, while I can seem to take a semi decent photo, apparently I'm as blind as a bat when it comes to taking a video. It's TERRIBLY out of focus, but the audio is good, so there's that.