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Children start program with hands on hips but bring laughter when they start to shake
This group of Santa's little helpers had me smiling from start to finish! 🥰
Michael Dabu
12.15.20

Christmas is always the most enjoyable time of the year!

It has always been and forever will be. It is also known to be the day when our savior, Jesus Christ, was born, thus making the celebration particularly dedicated to children.

There’s something about Christmas that makes it very special for kids, not only because they get wonderful presents, but more about the happiness and joy they bring people during the occasion.

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Though not everyone believes in or celebrates Christmas because of different traditions and cultures, there’s no denying the fact it is a worldwide celebration. And I think I am not the only one who believes the holiday season is never the same without those beautiful, innocent smiles from kids, wouldn’t you agree with me on this?

Even if it’s not Christmas, children still bring joy to every home and their innocence simply makes them the most beautiful creatures in the world whenever they try to entertain people.

If you want an example, then you are in the right place!

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This is one stage performance that will make you smile from start to finish.

Schools from both small and large communities always make it a habit to organize events that are specially for kids during the holidays. Venues are filled with proud parents who are looking forward to witnessing their kids entertaining the crowds and, at the same time, immortalize the moment by recording everything on camera.

It is the time when children shine the brightest and everyone is excited to see any performance that features kids and their raw talents.

In Jersey City, NJ, St. Elizabeth Child Care prepared something that will melt our hearts.

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This video was taken back in 2009 and it shows a dance performance from some cute little toddlers. All of them look adorable with their green little costumes, they all look like Santa’s little elves.

The video starts as they march from the back all the way to the center stage and everyone is pretty excited.

As the curtain unfolds, you can hear everyone buzzing, and the kids start to look for mom and dad from the audience. You can clearly see the excitement and confidence of each kid whenever they spot their parent from afar.

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Get ready to be dazzled by these tiny charmers.

All of a sudden, “Rockin’ around the Christmas tree” starts playing and makes the little performers shake their hips from left to right with their hands fixed to their waists. In just seconds, the venue was filled with loud cheers and applause from the obviously entertained audience.

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While some of them are energetically hip dancing and bouncing to the lively music, there are some who are hesitant to show off their moves, perhaps because of shyness or stage fright?

Regardless, they are still rockin’ to that music and the crowd couldn’t help but swing and clap along with the tiny dancers.

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The video of their cute performance gained a lot of positive reactions from the people who saw their adorable dance online.

YouTube user Betty Houk commented:

“Human beings at this age are so darn cute and lovable ,to bad we can’t stay this sweet and innocent .They make my old heart sing with joy and happiness they are the best of us 💕”

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We couldn’t agree more with that, if we can only look at the world the way kids see it, then this place would be a better place for everyone.

Watch these adorable toddlers as they dance to “Rockin’ around the Christmas tree” in the video below!

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By Michael Dabu
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Michael Dabu is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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