Little T and her fellow “Cello Babies” (that’s what their music teacher calls them) were supposed to have their debut concert on the duck race/talent show which is held yearly to hep fundraise for their school. Sadly, because of the bad weather, they had to cancel the talent show a few weeks ago. Thankfully, their headteacher decided to hold it instead on the school grounds after Friday’s class last week. And the cello babies, finally had their much-awaited debut.
It took awhile though before they could begin, so T being T was clowning around with her cello.
And of course, here’s my little cello baby making her usual funny-silly pose of the day.
And this is T’s “I’m bored. Get-me-out-of-here” look. And yes, of course, her hair was messy as always.
And then it started. They weren’t bad at all. I love the way she closes her eyes when playing. I asked her once why she does it even when practicing. She says it helps her concentrate more. One of the parents whispered “Look at T, with her serious face. She’s really into this, isn’t she?” My husband and I just smiled.
I think their teacher was proud of them and their performance. As for the parents? We were too busy taking photos and videos, but yes, we were all definitely proud of them. It warmed our hearts.
I wish I could share some of the videos with you guys, but I respect the privacy of the other kids as well as the school. I’ll tell you though, they definitely rocked!
What’s your proudest moment as a parent?
Or as an adult?