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Date Posted: 22:39:29 06/09/17 Fri
Author: f
Subject: I'd let her do what she want to do. Take a break from feising but see what your teacher says.
In reply to: IDMom-WesternRegion 's message, "Just a general poll... does your dancer (or if you're the dancer) hate feising? more..." on 07:48:35 06/06/17 Tue

It is great that she has balance. There are so many opportunities in high school to try new things and make new friends. Maybe do just a few and do the Oireachtas.

My older teen dancer really benefits from doing local competitions but she is not a podium placer and we don't travel overseas. Any opportunity to dance with dancers in our region is an opportunity for her to see where she fits, get comments to see what she needs to work on. But if your dancer still does really well and is happy with her results at the bigger comps, then stick to them.

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  • OP here - thanks all who replied... more -- OP, 14:57:07 06/13/17 Tue

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