Monday, April 14, 2008

Nannytown, USA

Since our little one loves music I enrolled the two of us in a music class. We had enjoyed our sign language class, but our sessions finished weeks ago. I was really looking forward to the first day of our music class, eager to meet other parents and see what the teacher had in store for us.

Imagine my surprise when I found myself in the minority as a mother bringing her own child to the class. I felt so bourgeois! Instead of mommies and their children in the class, there were mostly nannies with their respective charges and a few grandmothers with their grandchildren.

I'm a little flummoxed by the whole thing and just not sure what to make of it. Still, while the experience wasn't quite what I had envisioned, we had a great time dancing, singing and playing with a variety of "instruments".

7 comments:

Tiffany said...

So glad Island Boy enjoyed himself. Okay so I'm from PA and some of your posts are like out of movies for me - HAHAHA. this stuff realy does exist huh? Have you seen the nannie Diary movie?
Mr IB is just as handsome as can be and I'm so jealous you're done with your check in - - we're just getting started on ours!
hugs -
tiffany

J & S & Di-di said...

Sounds like a fun class & it's great that Island Boy likes music! Wish I could find similar classes where we live. :(

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Judy said...

wow,where did all the mommies go?

Guest said...

Welcome to LA, right? That's one of the reasons we moved up north a little. We're huge fans of MyGym and Gymboree classes and I can't wait to take Lucy next.

Island Boy is just precious. Looks like your having a great time as Mommy.

Megan said...

Music class sounds like fun! In our music class I'm the minority too LOL!
XOXO,
Megan

Megan said...

Music class sounds like fun! In our music class I'm the minority too LOL!
XOXO,
Megan