Friday, March 21, 2008

Piano Lessons

Friday’s confession…

Miles started taking piano lessons. I want him to do more than play sports. I want him to be a well-rounded young man … and … I want to learn how to play the piano, too.

I am not one of those mothers who makes her children do things that they never got to do or who lives out her own dreams thru her children, really, I’m not … but … I really want to learn how to play the piano, too.

I promise if he doesn’t like it after he’s tried for awhile I won’t make him continue. I always have his little sister.

Ha.

What about you? What does your child do that you would like to do, too? I can’t be the only one…

Smiles,
Wifey

5 comments:

Becoming Me said...

LOL. Great post. I want my daughter to be able to play sports. I am terribly uncoordinated and awkward. I don't necessarily want my daughter to be a sports star but I so want her to NOT be the last picked for a game of Red Rover. I'm firm that I won't push her to excel, but I have her enrolled in the Little Gym and fortunately she LOVES it.

Wifey said...

Thanks for sharing, from one uncoordinated mom to another! Smiles!

www.restlesshousewife.com said...

That's great - I actually want to get a piano - just in case - my 19 month old daughter is a child pianist prodigy.

"just in case" should maybe be substituted by: "in hopes that"

Anonymous said...

I want my daughter to be a prima ballerina. I think I quit ballet too soon (of course at the time it seemed like a good idea--I was 10). My daughter is 5 months old and has perfect pointed toe form. No, really she does.

Wifey said...

I'm sure child pianist prodigy and prima ballerina are in both of your, ahem, I mean their future! Smiles!