Friday, July 27, 2007

Our grandchild prodigy............Alexander.........

Today is Friday and time for Kelli's Show and Tell.....I wasn't home the last two Fridays to participate and I'm not home today but through the magic of technology and Amy, here is today's offering........

This Alexander, our fifteen month grandson who loves to come to Mam and Pop's house...he usually plays us a tune........
I play the piano and it would certainly please me to have one or more grandchildren love music as I do..........

Request, anyone?

28 comments:

Penless Thoughts said...

How cute. Let's believe he will follow in your footsteps!3
Susan

Kim said...

I could just eat him with a spoon. He is so cute. Thanks for sharing. Now can he play a few bars of Swanee River? LOL.

Lallee said...

Betty, you get the prize for the 'cutest' show and tell this week ;-) He's a adorable. What a blessing!

ellen b said...

Yes, please, play me your favorite. I hope your grandchildren carry on your love of music, too! blessings...

Connie said...

I can see he is playing by ear (no sheet music).lol
Such a cutie!!! Hope your wish comes true.

Take care,
Connie

LBP said...

What a cutie! I wish I could play the piano. I can barely play a radio!

Sharon said...

So precious!

Marci said...

He is adorable!!! It reminds me of the little guy next door. When he was 3, he would sit on the piano bench and play as only a 3 year old can. His was not banging, but he played long songs. I was sitting in the chair by the piano and he looked at me and ordered me in a stern voice... "Sing Mrs. B" So, I started singing Jesus Loves Me. Then he quit playing and in a very disgusted voice let me know that he was NOT playing Jesus Loves Me, but he WAS playing Power In The Blood. Dumb me... couldn't even tell the tunes a part. So, I sang the right song. =)

dot said...

You never know, he just might be the one! He's cute!

Kelli said...

What a cutie.....I think you have a future musician on your hands! Can he play Fur Elise? ;0)


Kelli

Ruth said...

Ooooooo...what a cutie!! Look at those cheeks!!

Hope you are having fun while you are away from home!

Susie said...

He is just adorable! I'll be looking forward to his first recital :)

Susanna Rose said...

You have a beautiful grandson! Already a little piano player too I see!:)

Tracy said...

I'm sure he makes beautiful music! How could he not with such a sweet face!

Barbara H. said...

Very cute! I hope he will always love music!

Rose Mary said...

What a sweet show and tell! He is a cutie, Betty!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Betty, hope you are having lots of fun traveling & gallavanting around! What a cutie-pie grandson you have.

Hugs,
Rhoda

PEA said...

Awwww what a little sweetheart he is...I'd love to hear a little Chopsticks!! hehe xox

cityfarmer said...

He's determined..Twinkle twinkle little star...he's the star

Myrna said...

Wonderful! Two treasures in one picture. Maybe he will be the musical grandchild.

Anita said...

Yes, Alexander is very cute and thanks to his granmother, I am sure he will learn to play the piano when he's older, won't he?
You are surely very proud of him!

Best wishes, Anita

Tina Leigh said...

Oh he is a cutie! I didnt know you played the piano!

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

I know he plays a very sweet tune. I don't play the piano but I always wanted to so I have saw that each one of my children and grandchildren who showed any love for music at all were encouraged, given a way to learn did get learn. I am blest now with many who play for me at various times. It is wonderful. I hope that young one in the picture plays. He is certainly interested now. Have a good week Betty. connie from texas

Jeanette said...

Hi Betty, Your Grandson is a little cutie hope he follows in your footsteps with his love of music.

RUTH said...

Sweet photo. I always wanted to learn to play the piano.

cityfarmer said...

missin ya'

Penless Thoughts said...

Yhanks for the comment about our daughter, Jacque, new home. We had a niece that had scripture put in the walls of the home they built in Virginia. That is such a neat thing to do. The importance of the word surrounding us all the time is so important. Bless you.
Susan

Cathy said...

He is just precious. I believe he does like music and wants to play like you do. You may have to teach him to play. :-)