We’re on the Hunt for a New Guitar for Gabby


Music runs in the family.

One thing is for sure, is that we all love music in our family.

My grandpa used to be a symphony director, my dad plays guitar beautifully and has a knack to play any instrument he picks up and myself, well–I wasn’t gifted in playing any instruments. Though I play very little guitar and just know the basics, I did sing in a band with my dad–I can’t play any instruments well though.

My daughter on the other hand is gifted in playing the guitar.

She enjoys playing modern music and so far has mastered playing and singing at the same time, she is moving into more complicated and intricate chords while still strengthening the basics. Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are among her favorite covers and especially enjoys playing them. She was singing and playing Miley’s “I’m With You”  in these pictures.

Practice, practice, practice!

My father started with her when she was about 4 years old and began with classical music and of course Spanish songs. He approached it with very easy songs that only required 2 chords and of course, he accompanied her and taught her to sing while she accompanied the melody.

Guitar Tesco

She has the ability with those little hands and I’m more than happy to help her nourish and grow musically. Which leads me to the next step in her learning–shopping for a new guitar this holiday season! Since she has outgrown her guitar, she is need of a bigger guitar so that she can continue growing and making beautiful music. While she can still play her pink guitar, it is getting small for her build and in order to continue playing, she definitely needs a new guitar! Not to mention the wear it’s taken over the years.

It’s time for a new one!

One of the things that I enjoy the most is watching them play together, it’s a bond that they share that can’t be changed or taken away. She is very lucky to share the ability of playing such a beautiful instrument and I tell her to take advantage of her Grandpa’s wealth of knowledge. She will appreciate so much more when she is older and even when she is an adult herself. She will inherit Grandpa’s guitars too and I’ll be so happy hearing her play them.

I look forward to it.

Do you play any instruments or do your kids?

Let me know, til next time–cheers m’deres!



Disclaimer: I was asked to write a post for Tesco, all thoughts and opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way. Please see disclosure.

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  1. We oldest daughter took lessons last year, but, we haven't gotten back into it yet this year. She is thinking she might like to take flute next. Music in a home is a wonderful thing!

  2. I play piano and violin – a little bit. I only did lessons in my teens for about five or six years, so I didn't get very far. I want my daughters to learn one of those instruments (or guitar, as my husband has one but didn't really learn how to play it) because I love music and I think it's a great skill to have. I wish I could play better. Maybe when they start learning, I'll work on it more to be able to play with them… 🙂
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  3. That's so lovely! No instruments yet in our house. I played the piano and flute growing up.
    my son does like to rock out to his Elmo guitar. Does that count? 😛

  4. That is so beautiful that her and your dad share that passion and can always have that connection with one another 🙂 I played piano and flute growing up and it was a big part of my life!

  5. I used to play the piano and flute. I could probably still do some very basic piano now. I am hoping my kids will enjoy the arts as well as sports as they grow up.
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