Posts tagged "music"

The Church of Live Music

I believe in the Church of Baseball. I’ve tried all the major religions, and most of the minor ones. I’ve tried ’em all, I really have, and the only church that truly feeds the soul, day in, day out, is the Church of Baseball. Susan Sarandon in “Bull Durham” The most amazing religious experience I... Read more »

Playing With Others: Smiles and Giggles

Trying to find the best toy in the box.
My Previous Blog > “Grandpa’s Second Chance, Courtesy of His Little Angel” By the end of May (2010), Asher was seven months old, crawling and had cut his first tooth. He was also tagging along with his big sister to her Gymboree Art and Music classes. Atia was 32 months old and doing really well. She... Read more »

Thank You for the Music

Everyone enjoys playing with the toy house.
My Previous Blog >“Behind the Scenes” Along our journey, the unexpected kindness from strangers has touched us deeply, but so have our friends, family and acquaintances’ amazing gifts of time, talent, love and support. Everyone has selflessly given in hopes of easing our struggles and bringing happiness into our lives. Ms. Lindsay is no exception;... Read more »
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Atia and Songs of Love on WGN-TV

Getting ready to go out and play.
My Previous Blog Entry “> Florida! Here We Come!” Atia, Atia, we love you. You shine brighter than the stars, the sun and the moon. You’re an angel from heaven above. You fill us up with love. Upon our return from Florida, we were back in the SPA (special procedures area) atĀ Comer Children’s hospitalĀ for a... Read more »

Our Radio Show: Music with Lindsay Weinberg and the Kid Factor

We’ve moved times! You can find us every other Thursday at 7:00PM CST. Tonight we were joined by Lindsay Weinberg, a Wiggleworms teacher and brilliant singer/songwriter. We talked about the importance of music in children’s lives. Lindsay’s amazing and provided some great insight; we really enjoyed having her. In our Hot Topic segment, we discussed friendship and the kid factor... Read more »