Capture Your Child’s Voice

This is a short family video of my little Quinn singing Twinkle Little Star as a toddler.

We often talk about capturing the gift of an ordinary day on film, but it is equally as important to capture your little one’s voice.

Hit the “memo” button on your iPhone as your child attempts to read a story.
Grab a short video of your little one singing. You won’t regret it.

When I compare the video to this photo it is hard for me to admit my little girl is growing up. Quinn has always enjoyed singing so I didn’t think much of the footage when I took this video. Now, her toddler voice is absolutely precious.

Music Matters | Let's Lasso the Moon

*Quinn Singing Twinkle Little Star, Age 7

We continue to make music a priority at our house. I often photograph or capture video of the girls “performing” their favorite songs. I am sure some day, in the not to distant future, I will look at these current photos and think “the girls look so young.”

Music Matters | Let's Lasso the Moon

Music Matters | Let's Lasso the Moon

Music Matters | Let's Lasso the Moon

The days are long, but the years are short. Grab your phone, hit record. Capture your child’s voice today.

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PS: Today we are honored to guest post over at Melissa & Doug and talk about why Music Matters.

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The days are long, but the years are short. #quote *Grab your phone, hit record. Capture your child’s voice today.

 

Comments

  1. Kim Amanda says

    Thanks for the reminder! I recorded all of my son’s performances at school on my computer mic once we got home from the night of performance. It’s amazing how times have changed in 20 years. It’s still adorable to hear him.

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