Posts Tagged “music”

Noisy Kids with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 

By | June 8, 2018

There’s a few things that D and I share a love of and one of them is music. Whether it’s listening to it (if she’s in the right mood), singing along (ditto) or playing it.  She has the opportunity to have flute lessons at her SN school and is doing very well with them.    […]

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If All You See…

By | January 6, 2018

Today’s positive amongst the (yet, again) stressful day: Both T and D have so many positive qualities: T is like an ever-absorbing sponge when it comes to facts and plays football as a team player, he played in a match for the first time today since November and enjoyed it And D is so musical, […]

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A Trophy and 30 Day Music Challenge 

By | July 21, 2017

It’s been the last day of term for both T and D today, quite possibly the last school bus trip with the coach company who are making life extremely difficult for pupils who use their service and it’s also been a day when D rushed home, full of smiles, clutching this:  A “Musician Of The Year” award […]

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30 Day Music Challenge – Day 2

By | July 3, 2017

It’s day 2 of the 30 Day Music Challenge I’m taking part in, if you missed Day 1, you can read it here. Day 2’s is “A Song You Like With A Number In The Title”, which was a very easy one for me. Ultravox’s “One Small Day”, you can watch the video here. I love how […]

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Musical D

By | July 8, 2015

D loves to listen to music (albeit the tracks that she likes) and to sing along.  There’s often a tuneful moment or two when she’s in the bath, snippets of anything ranging from a bit of Ultravox (my influence), music from Madagascar, Despicable Me or (her favourite song) “Firework” by Katy Perry. Music can also […]

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