Although I have been accused of over scheduling my boys (which is a topic for another day), I hope my boys will continue to take some kind of music class until they can play every song in our church’s hymn book. Since I have that goal, last year I enrolled Liam in the Let’s Play Music program. Now, as a second-year student, Liam has started to learn to play the piano. He loves it. (Of course, I can’t get him to practice what he’s supposed to practice—but he’s practicing something, nonetheless.)
In a not-so-Supermom Moment (or months, but who’s counting?), I put off buying a piano ALL summer. I mean, I just don’t know where to start! So, after Liam’s first piano class, I frantically ran out to buy a quick-fix: a keyboard. (Gasp! Don’t hate me.) So yes, here we are a few weeks into Liam’s piano classes, and Liam is still practicing on a keyboard.
Anyway, so as I was tinkering around on Pinterest (the best place to
waste my time be inspired), I came across a few fun pianos. Now I’m thinking we should buy a pre-owned piano and PAINT it! (As if I didn’t already have enough to do!) It sounds like quite the chore, but a big bold statement of color sounds so fun, doesn’t it?
. . . Scratch that! My husband just read this over my shoulder and thinks I can find “an easier bold statement” for our front room. Guess I’ll be pinterest-ing that on my phone at Liam’s next music class!