Vintage if you can’t take the stab don’t poke the unicorn shirt and crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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my daughter was the same way. Now, she plays guitar and plays and sings in coffee shops and local shows! Vintage if you can’t take the stab don’t poke the unicorn shirt I never would’ve believed it but she came out of her shell and your daughter will do. Just keep encouraging her!
Vintage if you can’t take the stab don’t poke the unicorn shirt
she was the one I was watching throughout this video. And that is exactly what I thought when you said she was very brave to get up there even though she was very scared. Be so proud of her. Being very shy as a child and having the same fears and having two kids that are the same way I never force. I let them decide when they felt comfortable. I’m proud to say just last year my son got on stage by himself at his high school concert and did a solo that had the whole crowd giving him a standing ovation. Vintage if you can’t take the stab don’t poke the unicorn shirt I cried and cried. So beyond proud of him. she made my day! She made me laugh as much as the outgoing girl! I used to be just like that! As soon as I would get in front of people I froze! She will get out of her shell! Cute little girl! at least your niece stood her ground. It’s always difficult to next to a little diva, who admittedly made me laugh loud. She did well. I would have left the building. Tell her well done. God bless
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I was proud watching her! She stayed up there and stuck with it the entire time! Poor thing! It’s scary having all those eyes on you. Good for her for participating!! yes it took lots of courage for her to be front and center like that, maybe she should of been behind a friend for more comfort. She was sweet either way. Good job it’s sad in the sense that adults don’t necessarily understand how anxiety provoking it is for some children to be put on stage like that. Adults will look at this kids as being grumpy or not participating and not realizing the fear they are feeling and how their “fight, flight” system is in overload. I feel for those kids