Before Cheerleading camp and practice/competitions start in a couple weeks, my daughter has been practicing on her own.

I love her dedication and passion for this sport!





  1. Will this be her first time? She already looks like a seasoned pro. Impressive!

  2. Wow look at her! She definitely looks dedicated!

  3. What a great jump! What a great picture! That is awesome!

  4. Now that is impressive she has talent

    Have a bouncetastic week ;-)

  5. Awesome picture! Love it!

  6. WOW and she’s so young to! She’ll be a great cheerleader in high school! How fun.

    My niece started a cheer leading squad for special needs kids. In order for her to start it they made her become a cheerleader herself. She was pretty good at it, but didn’t get along with some of the girls. In that school (I went there as well) there are a lot of stuck up girls. Pretty sad. It was so neat to see her special needs kids get all excited over cheering though!!! I liked watching her to! Now she’s going into college! It’s crazy how fast they grow.

  7. Trampolines are such great motivators to get them to practice on their own. My daughter is in gymnastics and uses ours to practice her front and back handsprings. Love your dd’s cute cheer outfit too!

  8. Nice! She’s got great moves and flexibility! I miss flexibility, ha ha ha!

  9. Christine @ Mama Papa Barn says:

    I can remember doing that in college :) the jump, not the trampoline!

  10. Congrats to your daughter’s achievements so far in life! That’s a great shot of her. She reminds me of my eldest daughter (age 15) who’s a rhythmic gymnast turned contemporary dancer and loves working hard.

  11. My daughter used to train on a trampoline as well. Such a great way to master a pose/skill.

  12. I am so glad those cages were invented and are now required! This little gal is talented.

    • Tammi says:

      Same here, I’m too paranoid to not have a net on a trampoline. Too many bad things can happen with a fall.

  13. One of my favorite sports!

  14. What a fun way to practice! I bet she’s awesome from what I can see in the picture.

    • Tammi says:

      The first step is to have the drive and passion, which she does. I’m happy she’s found a sport she loves so much!

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