Are you ready, class? Let’s begin.
Step One: Refuel Baby.
You don’t want their best dance moves foiled by low blood sugar. Tank it up.
Step Two: Burp Baby.
Sick and baby dancing do not mix well.
Step Three: Pep Talk
You may want to include a rendition of the Rocky theme tune, for extra encouragement.
Step Four: Warm Up.
Stretches are essential for the serious baby gymnast.
And now you’re ready!
Dance One: Thriller
Zombie makeup is optional.
Dance Two: Night Fever
A more complex, two-part dance.
Dance Three: YMCA
A moustache might add a note of authenticity. Four moves complete this cheeky little number.
Dance Four: Macarena
Note: the hip-swivelling move may be beyond the average baby-dancer, but this will come in time.
When we got to ‘I’m a Little Teapot’, we both decided it was time to call it a day and have dinner.
Baby Dancing for Intermediates to follow when Henry has mastered flamenco.