Tuesday, April 7, 2009

I Never Said I Was the Next American Idol....

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Am I the only one who this happens to?

You're on the couch with your little one....who is 18 months old.

You're watching Yo Gabba Gabba together because you love her so much and dvr'd it...even though you've seen this episode a countless amount of times.

You, the mom, start singing along--not loudly, just softly as you read some of your favorite blogs.

Your little one shrieks out loud.

Hm, you think. Is she shrieking at my voice?! No way! (I mean, I'm no American Idol, but I don't think I'm as bad as some of those who try out for the show....)

So you sing a little more.

She shrieks a little more.

You sing again. And again.

Guess what follows it? That's right...shrieking!

She then head butts you on your cheek and shrieks.

The singing stops.

And then? The shrieking has ended.

Nice.

9 comments:

Kristi said...

That's awesome! Just so you know, Ashlie and I had an American Idol singing contest over the phone (remember I'm her "calling sister" LOL) and she said that I am a REALLY REALLY good singer!! HAHAHA! She is already learning the art of telling lies so that she doesn't hurt somebody's feelings.

I definitely prefer that over somebody shreiking when I sing!!

amanda said...

it starts so young doesn't it friend :)

Jennifer said...

I am sorry, she still loves you :)

Loukia said...

That was funny!

Amanda said...

OMG, that was too funny.

Krystyn said...

Thank goodness Izzy doesn't comment, yet!

Jill and Rick said...

Oh hon, I'm SURE Bella was shrieking with excitement over her mommy's fabulous voice, right?

Vashey Fam said...

Oh so hilarious!!! Maybe she just thought you were interrupting and it had nothing to do with your singing!

Susan said...

In my experience it may not be your voice, but just that she wants to concentrate on what they are singing/saying. I get paid to sing at weddings and such, and Austin is often shushing me, but then at other times is asking me to sing with him or for him. Time will tell!
Cute story.