Job loves to watch Bubble Guppies and there is one particular episode that he really likes, it’s where one of the characters in the show leads a marching band. Every time Job watches it, he would also march to the beat. He would stump his feet and walk around the living room. Although he doesn’t pretend like his holding excellent king instruments, he would just make noises as if he is playing a wind instrument.
It’s so nice to see Job marching around and making sounds and just imitating what he sees in the show. He loves music too as he would dance to the beat of the marching band. He knows what he’s doing and would always ask for that episode to watch.
I know every day Job is learning a new thing and I am surprised by the words that he has learned daily. He may not be able to talk well yet but I am hoping that pretty soon, he’ll be able to talk well and maybe sing too!
I worry every time I get a voice mail, and today I got one from Kuya Bogs’ teacher. I was really anxious to check on my voice mail because I am afraid something might have happened to him again. So I excused myself from work for a few minutes to check on my voice mail.
The teacher called to inform me that Kuya Bogs wanted another angry bird sandwich for lunch. His teacher also told me that he ate all that was in his lunch bag during snacks and so he doesn’t have anything for lunch anymore. I made him an angry bird sandwich for lunch and I just did not realize that he liked it. He is one picky eater and much to my surprise, he ate everything today.
Of course, I was not able to bring him another sandwich so I just asked his dad to bring him another sandwich. When Kuya Bogs got home, I checked his lunch box and found out that he did not eat what his dad brought him, lol!
So now, it has come to mommy’s realization that Kuya Bogs’ lunch box must be attractive and creative in order for him to eat. As much as I want to give him fresh veggies and yogurt and other stuff, he does not eat them. So all I give him is prepared food and some sandwiches or spaghetti (it’s his favorite). Other than that, he wouldn’t eat.
Anyway, I hope I won’t get any voice mails from his teacher again for the rest of the school year. It gives me the creeps to know what it is.
Kuya Bogs and I were at the convenience store the other week when he saw in one of the shelves a plastic flute. It was only $1.59 and he was very happy to see one and that he wanted me to buy it, so I did.
When we got home, he was so excited to blow on it and play with it. He said he’s been playing the flute in school so I guess he already knows how to use it. Because they have music sessions in school, I am hoping that Kuya Bogs will also learn to play the guitar because I love guitars and has a frustration in playing with it. If he would, I would surely buy him a guitar and guitar accessories so that he can also play with it here in the house.
With his new musical instrument, he would borrow his dad’s iPhone and listen to classical music and tries to play the notes that he hears even if he’s not in tune. I tell him to just practice and use what he has learned in school because maybe one of these days, when he’s grown up, he’ll be one of the best flute players in town.