Thank you. She’s more talented than I am for sure.That’s so cool!
Awesome to see that type of experience.
Thank you. Yes proud dad indeed. She was 18 there. Now she’s 20 in college at Belmont University in Nashville getting a degree in songwriting.Wow! I can't imagine how proud you must be.
Haha. Hang in there - it gets better. 😊One of these days my girls will be old enough for this kind of fun. For now it's Frozen covers and Christmas songs for grandma
Too cool, man!!
While I’m never having kids of my own, I could only imagine that it’s one of the greatest things in the world to share/create music with your own children! That’s killer and she’s great!!!
Oh I know it does - in a way. My teenage son plays more instruments than I do now, but I can't cuddle with him anymore, my little girls I'd like to keep in little girl form forever, but with adult music chops!Haha. Hang in there - it gets better. 😊
Yeah, i meant “gets better” in that they fall into their passions and get serious about it, which is really fun to experience. But I DO miss the earlier years. I have 2 college-aged girls and we’ve been through some DRAMA the last several years, lol. I miss those early days where they just wanted to cuddle or would ask me to play a song for them, or ask to strum my guitar.Oh I know it does - in a way. My teenage son plays more instruments than I do now, but I can't cuddle with him anymore, my little girls I'd like to keep in little girl form forever, but with adult music chops!
-signed currently huddled up in a blanket with a 3 y/o
Isnt their rejection and despise for us the natural way of saying… dad… I’m becoming adult now. f**k off…They build up all this goodwill during their innocence; only to burn it all down in their adolescence. (Boys here.)
Nature’s way of moving the kids out.