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The ups and the downs.... the cheers and the tears....
(updated & edited 11/21/18)
At first I didn't think I'd enjoy this show, and passed by it numerous times, mostly because I don't tend to enjoy reality shows. But once I did decide to watch this, I was pleasantly surprised. I loved watching the kids dancing and learning. it really wasn't much different from the parents and the kids who play other sports and activities, like baseball, football, cheerleading, hockey, etc There are always some parents who are more involved, perhaps a little louder than the rest, and take the activity very seriously... especially if they are investing a lot of time and money. Even though some of the parents appeared to be a little more overbearing than others, none of the kids seemed to be negatively affected by the pressure. In fact, they took the criticism and basically moved on. And yes... some might look upset at the moment, but that's part of the sport if you want to be champion. And while watching this show, I had no doubt that each child, criticism or not, loved what they were doing. I recall at one point, after a particularly 'strong' and critical verbal lashing from his dad, Max was asked about his take on that. For an eleven year old, his response was very mature. He basically said, and please don't quote me.... that it was all a part of this activity. He said that his father wanted him to succeed .... and that his dad did it because he loved him and wanted him to be a Champion. And Max added that HE wanted to be a champion too. (to Max's parents: Max seems to be a good kid and a good dancer. You two have done a good job both with parenting and teaching him dance. Not an easy task).
I love this show cannot wait for additional episodes to be added! I don't get regular TV, but I watch Baby Ballroom on Netflix, so I am anxiously waiting for Season 3.
Thank you to the kids and parents for letting us take a somewhat honest peek into your ballroom, and sometimes private lives. I'm sure that it wasn't easy being followed around by a camera crew. And much thanks to Jane and Warren for allowing us to see the ups and the downs... the cheers and tears...which is the reality of any competitive activity. Also... thank you.... to you and your three lovely daughters who allowed us to see their passions, on and off the ballroom floor. It was obvious that there was genuine love, talent, and caring in your family. The very best of luck to all of you!
from NY, USA
PS..... Thank you Warren for responding to the one negative review here. I wanted to as well, but was afraid that it might come out as a negative review of their negative review, and we wouldn't want that to happen! You did a fine job.
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