Addie the Musician

My son Aaron sent this to me and I, the proud grampa, just had to share:

When I get home from work, after Addie eats dinner she wants to play Rock Band, and she’ll ask me “Rock?”, then the game will start and she’ll say “rarrr” (because that what they game says when the game starts up), and plays her guitar and at the end of each song raise her arms into the air, then says, “more?”

AddieBass AddieDrum AddieGuitar

Addie watches her parents very carefully. Scientist say that kids at her age so want to be like their parents. Of course that will change as they get older. Still, Addie will also try to play trumpet and sax when Aaron lets her. Theirs is a house filled with love, family, friends, and music. What more could you ask for?

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About Gandalfe

Just an itinerant saxophonist trying to find life between the changes. I have retired from the Corps of Engineers and Microsoft. I am an admin on the Woodwind Forum, run the Microsoft Jumpin' Jive Orchestra, and enjoy time with family and friends.
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4 Responses to Addie the Musician

  1. Maria says:

    Ahhh.. How sweet and very true. Kids do pick up things and learn so much from their parents and grandparents. A house full of all the things you mention can be nothing but a good breeding ground for talent. I know Tayla is now demanding a new guitar so she can learn to play properly like mummy…and she already loves making up her own songs and tunes on the keyboard. Your grandaughter is gorgeous and from a musical family such as yours could be nothing than a star in the making ;o)xxx, ,

  2. Deb's says:

    gorgeous… I’m liking the fact that Addie is taking all the roles in the bandrarrr! :))

  3. Deb says:

    Look at that smile. She is the apple of her Grandpa’s eye. You will have quite a band someday, Jim.

  4. JaAG says:

    We luv how happy little Addie is. Aaron and Wendy are great parents.

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