Yesterday was Deye’s 2nd session of her violin lesson and I’d say she’s a fast learner because of two things:
- She loves music.
- And this is what she likes to do.
She’s been telling me about learning the violin last year but I was really hesitant to give in because of one reason, Deye is a typical kid who wants something and the next minute she doesn’t wanna do it again, anymore.
Again, before the school year ended, their school introduced the summer classes available come vacation. So I asked her again if she still wants to learn the violin, if she says yes, that mean she really likes it. If not, maybe then she was just intrigued of what that guitar with a stick looks like.
Obviously, she said yes. We agreed. I consulted my husband and he also said try if she’ll like it, but then I said once she’s in it, we also need to buy a violin for her. Loving, generous and stage parents that we are, we, again gave in.
I bought her a violin. “Pikit-mata” I didn’t mind how much it’ll cost for a not so sure learning process. I just hoped and wished that she will enjoy every session and that she will really learn something.
I guess I need not to worry anymore. After two sessions, she can already play few keys:
If there’s one thing I learned about this “When kids are supported by parents, you need not to worry about anything. They’d even make you prouder for letting them do what they want to do.”