With a name like Cadence and two drum-playing, music-loving parents, you might think my daughter was destined to have music in her blood. Steven and I certainly weren’t surprised that she seemed drawn to music, even in her infancy, and that she started to dance before she even mastered walking.
Cadence’s singing started early too. Back in the early days when she did little more than eat, sleep, poop and repeat, Cadence spent hours serenading us with her sweet (and sometimes screeching) baby voice.
These days, our house is really only quiet for the hours that Cadence is sleeping. When she’s awake, she is a blur of motion and noise. Between the endless chattering, the insistence to watch “Waaaaaaaaalllllleeeee”, Rango, Up, or the “minions” (aka Despicable Me) at least a dozen times a day, and random impromptu concerts like this one, Casa de Romano is a pretty happening place.
Lucky for me, Cadence finally seems to have gotten over her camera shyness. If she keeps this up, we will have plenty of amazing blackmail footage to use against her when she is a surly teenager. 🙂