Singing

Boo sings. He makes music. All. Day. Long. (Was it really my idea to give him a toy saxophone? Sadly, it was. But I’m pretty sure the bongos were NOT my idea.) Most of the time its cute, unless he’s singing/playing music just to annoy Pea while she’s trying to watch a Barbie movie. Usually, [Read On]

Singing

Boo sings. He makes music. All. Day. Long. (Was it really my idea to give him a toy saxophone? Sadly, it was. But I’m pretty sure the bongos were NOT my idea.) Most of the time its cute, unless he’s singing/playing music just to annoy Pea while she’s trying to watch a Barbie movie. Usually, [Read On]

Singing

Boo sings. He makes music. All. Day. Long. (Was it really my idea to give him a toy saxophone? Sadly, it was. But I’m pretty sure the bongos were NOT my idea.) Most of the time its cute, unless he’s singing/playing music just to annoy Pea while she’s trying to watch a Barbie movie. Usually, [Read On]

Singing

Boo sings. He makes music. All. Day. Long. (Was it really my idea to give him a toy saxophone? Sadly, it was. But I’m pretty sure the bongos were NOT my idea.) Most of the time its cute, unless he’s singing/playing music just to annoy Pea while she’s trying to watch a Barbie movie. Usually, [Read On]

Introducing Sam Lenny and the Train Rockers

Sam performing his version of U2’s “In the Name of Love”, followed by “Go Tell it on the Mountain” and his title song, “Train Rock” on his very own stage, gifted to him by Papa. Be sure to watch until the the last song, to hear his new catch-phrase. Its a joyful noise!