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  • Chantale
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    It is a special gift that our children give us to be able to feel such
    contentment from the simple moments in life. It’s wonderful that music
    is bringing you both such joy!

  • Katie @ Wonderfully Made
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    “There’s a love there, a love for music — not just for listening to it, but for creating it — and I am honored and awed to share these moments with her.” Just beautiful. What an amazing testimony to your daughter’s love for music and your encouragement of that love.

  • Sarah Broady
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    My husband and I are both pianists, and our oldest son has been playing for about a year or two now. Our 2nd son has autism and so far doesn’t really appreciate hearing his brother practice; though I suspect he really does enjoy hearing my husband play. He can play by ear, so he sends the kids off to bed by playing Super Mario theme music, or whatever Disney movie theme songs they like at the time. I love that music fills our home. And it warms my heart when Sam (with autism) sits with his daddy and sings worship songs during family devotions. What a blessing to read this! Enjoy the simple things as they offer a beautiful complexity in which to relish.

  • Aprille {beautifulinhistime.co
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    Love this!

  • bloggingastrid
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    I am not that much into music, but if you grew up with it, I can understand that even though you didn’t like it at the time, it brings back good memories now. I’m proud of Namine for taking up piano lessons.

  • Tracy Felix
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    We all have to enjoy the simple things in life!

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