I was very excited this month to feature in a local magazine, My Solihull. It was great to get the opportunity to explain why music is so important in the lives of our children. I was also able to give examples of some simple ways you can begin to do this at home! It is really easy to begin nurturing your child’s musical ability. Here is the article that was printed: Continue reading “My Solihull Article: Nurturing Musical Ability from Birth to Forever”
I love the Easter weekend! It’s a lovely family occasion – and excuse to chill out for a few days, and for everyone to get together. With Spring now here, the weather is usually warm enough to spend some time outside. There are often lots of local events to keep everyone happy. With kids desperate to see if the Easter Bunny has left any Easter eggs, it can also be quite an exciting time for them. If they are left kicking their heels, after you’ve exhausted all of your usual ideas to entertain them, try these musical activities this weekend: Continue reading “Musical Activities for the Easter Weekend”
If you’d have told me 6 months ago that we would soon be spending our Sunday at J’s first rave, I’d have never believed it! But when Mess Around Ltd’s ‘Messberaver’ event popped up on my Facebook newsfeed, it sounded too good to resist… Continue reading “Messberaver – J’s First Baby Rave!”
Red Nose Day takes place every 2 years, to raise money for all number of fantastic causes across the UK and Africa. There is always a great build up to the day, with local organisations fundraising, and people taking part in sponsored events. Cakes are baked, walks are walked, and bad habits are given up, all in the name of charity. The Friday night is always one of the best TV nights of the year, with many celebrities joining together for entertain and raise money.
And then there is the song…. Continue reading “Red Nose Day: Worst Ever Comic Relief Songs…”
Yesterday, we took J to see his first ever concert – and what a lovely choice it was! J is 7 months old, and it is really difficult to find live music events that he is welcome at. Megson’s Family Folk Show is the perfect introduction to live music, for children aged 0-7 years. Megson are a husband and wife folk duo, Stu and Debbie. This pair created a wonderful relaxed and child-friendly, family atmosphere. Continue reading “Megson’s Family Folk Show – J’s First Concert!”