Today I am posting photos of my kids. Everywhere we go, someone always comments on how beautiful my girls are, and I felt I should show you so that they get credit for their incredible good looks. (They got 50% from me, you know.)
This is Alison, below. She is 12, plays the piano and violin beautifully, and loves to explore with the computer and software. She is the technical assistant in this house, and a good domestic assistant also. Please email her if you hear of any sort of voice auditions for audio. Her greatest wish is a part on Jonathan Park (see my links)!
This one is Amy, 10, below. Amy would give up her rights to an education in a second, if given the opportunity to trade for full rights to the kitchen and all related equipment and ingredients. She plays piano by ear. A couple of years ago she would insist she needed the hymnbook to play, and then she would play the song with full left hand accompaniment, in a completely different key than was written. She still does this, but no longer needs the book. I don’t get how she does that.
Elisabeth, 7, below, often has her nose in a book, as you can see. Funny, because she hated learning how to read. We got through the first few lessons of Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons, and then she wanted books. No more of that baby stuff! She loves history and Legos, and she is the quiet one of the family. Usually. She is teaching herself how to play the piano.
And here’s Emily, below. Em is three and sings all the time. She has all the tunes in Beethoven’s Wig (see my links) memorized, and is often heard humming something classical. She started learning to read six months ago. Today she asked me why “Sally” has to have two L’s in it. I explained it to her, but I don’t think she got it.
Aren’t they beautiful?