Musical Moms

This is a group for all who are musicians or love music and are Moms:) Let's connect through music!

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Latest Activity: Jan 31, 2015

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new mommy out of practice

Started by sjmomma. Last reply by ispina May 21, 2013. 1 Reply

How do you other musical moms manage finding time for practicing & rehearsing with your new job of being a mom?Continue

Ginny Blackmore's new song, "Bones" - What do you think of it??

Started by buckinghamnicks. Last reply by ispina May 21, 2013. 2 Replies

Have you heard this song “Bones” by Ginny Blackmore on the radio? Sirius plays it all the time…… it's an interesting song, such a strong message about how some women love. Powerful! I really like the…Continue

Music and child development

Started by ispina Jul 12, 2011. 0 Replies

Did you know that music can help your baby development and make your baby smarter? How is the music affecting your child?

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Comment by Becoming SuperMommy on March 26, 2012 at 5:47pm

Hi there!  I'm new!

I'm a musician and music lover.  I'm also the mom of twin toddlers, and we've got another on the way.

Here's a little bit of how music and I coexist:

Comment by Katie, Mom365 Host on August 28, 2011 at 6:41pm
Thanks, Jennifer, that's a great idea!
Comment by jennifer steptoe on August 27, 2011 at 8:23pm
Katie,  I recommend that you get some nylon scarves for your music class.  The kids can move the scarves and their bodies to varies recordings of music.  Mix it up between slow, smooth pieces and fast, bouncy music.  You can be a leader by demonstrating (modeling) coordinating movements.  They will love it.  I promise.
Comment by thomastacie on August 25, 2011 at 7:07pm
I love music!! All my kids are musical I think it's so important!
Comment by ispina on August 23, 2011 at 9:56pm
Katie, thanks for your comment. Yes, it is a great idea for development for children. If you don't feel comfortable singing, focusing on rhythm, repeating rhythmic patterns etc. is good idea. Enjoy!
Comment by Katie, Mom365 Host on August 23, 2011 at 4:58pm
My friend is starting up a weekly "Musical Morning" class for toddlers. Each parent has to take a week to lead the group in song and activity. I think it will be really fun--and I'm also pretty terrified! Um, I can't sing, and I haven't played the piano in about 10 years. I might have to lead the kids in kazoo playing, or maybe we'll just have to bang on pots, lol! Anyway, it's a good and affordable way to introduce your little one to music and rhythm.

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