My second video! Please follow along with me and have fun! 🙂
Sweetie, I love this little game that you “invented”! You were really bored and then suddenly thought of this idea! It made our outside time so much more exciting and fun. Love this!
We invite our friends who see this post to join the fun and come up with more creative chalk drawing and posing ideas. Have fun! 🙂
This is a method that Mommy Ally “invented” for our Whimsical Moon Kid, who thinks out of the box, colors outside of the outline, and refuses to draw as perfectly as a computer program… She really enjoys this and decided to share! Have fun!
This is a kitty I drew. I drew this with my mom. Then, I painted it. My kitty looks like it’s alive and moving! I like to draw things whimsical 🙂 What about you?
Well, it was my recital piece, but not a real recital. We decided on this piece before the spring semester started. Then, the virus came, so we couldn’t have a recital anymore. Luckily, I could still take piano lessons online with my teacher, who learned how to use all the high tech stuff because she really cares about our learning. I practiced this song anyways and loved it. At home we didn’t have a pedal extender when this was recorded. (After seeing my posture from taking the video, my mom bought me one!) So, I was playing without a pedal extender or a fancy dress or fancy hair do. But I enjoyed playing all the same! 🙂
This award winning book by critically acclaimed author and artist, Arree Chung, has an important message, which is such a beautiful, kind, and thoughtful gift to the whole world. It goes above and beyond a little kid’s book. We love this book and the beautiful message that we need so much, especially now. (Read with Mr. Chung’s permission).
I did this in December, 2019. I like my sparkly dress!
I did this when I was almost 6. I love this piece!
Sweetie, this was when you were 5 and your first recital ever. We love our piano teacher! First time ever of everything is just so precious. Even though now you can play so much more proficiently, for me, this first recital piece is to be treasured forever.