January 31, 2007 by Hollyscorner
Family Wordless Wednesday
Posted in Family, Wordless Wednesday | 31 Comments
And a one, and a two. Looks like he’s having a great time.
Start ‘em young! They’l NEVER regret it–okay, well, maybe in the middle of all that practicing… But not when they’re older.
correction, “They’ll” (I hate it when I make typos…)
Music is a great thing to teach kids. And he looks like he is loving it! I’m up!
Awww, what a sweet picture. Happy WW!
I love these pictures! Especially once my kids grew up more. Looking back is so fun!
Looks like he loves it. Good for him ! I hated piano playing and still do, lol !
Music is one of the greatest gifts you can give your child! Great picture!
Awwww! I love his facial expression – nice to see he´s got so much fun!
A budding entertainer!
Look at the smile on his face. Just precious!
He is adorable! A very cute little Beethoven.
Awww… you got a future Richard Claydermann in the house!
Wow! Can your child play it?! Awesome! I have always wanted to play a piano! I am too old for that! (21 years old! lol)
He looks like he’s really enjoying himself. Making music is always fun! Great pic.
All I can play on the piano is chopsticks. And I don’t play that very well.
Awwww!! Give him a hand!!
Is he taking requests?
Heehee! What cutie (read that as stinker, LOL), he looks like he is up to no good. :O)
Look ma I can play How precious!
Thanks for stopping by my WW!
Reminds me of when my daughter starting taking piano lessons. Great picture.
Awwww what a cute little boy.
he looks like he’s having so much fun
He seams to be enjoying it more than I did at his age
So cute! A little prodigy!
Making a joyful noise, that’s what it’s all about.
He is so cute!
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This is a cute photo … looks like he is really playing the piano. Wouldn’t be a bad idea, tho Wish we had a piano in our home.
Thanks for sharing!!! And thanks for visitng my WW – please come back soon.
“Sing us a song you’re the Piano man…” comes to mind.
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