They are from a few months ago now, but they still look great. Modest Nikki points out that they aren't up to what she calls her "usual standards" but are snapshots. As you can see from her main photography website, Nikki is a hugely talented photographer.
And, in her post about Musical Minis, Nikki, of Spalding, adds:
Whilst the faces change as members come and go, one thing remains the same, it is always the best hour of Noah's week! He loves it! And so do I - It's nice to get out of the house, doing something different, and catching up with the other mums and dads who are always really friendly.
Each week we sing different songs and have activities such as musical statues with balls (Noah can barely contain his excitement when he spots the bin liner full of balls! He spends all his time trying to get Janie's attention to get her to release them!) In the middle of the session all of the instruments come out and they are free to bang away on drums, play on xylophones, shake bells etc.
It didn't matter when I first started going that Noah was too young to actually play the instruments or sing the songs, he still loved all the colours and noise and attention, and was taking it all in. Now on a Thursday morning he might be sitting in his beloved little tikes car that I usually have to literally prize him out of, but I only have to say the words "Shall we go to Musical Minis?" and he's straight out to the front door like a lightening bolt!
I honestly can't recommend this class enough. Children of all ages can benefit, there is plenty to learn and heaps of fun to be had.
So what are you waiting for? Find your local class with the link below and go along - you'll see that I'm right!
Thanks Nikki, it's lovely to see such praise!