Getting Groovy

Music is a member of our family. It makes this house a home as much as the children do because most days it comes from them.  It is the noise in the background. The sentence I sing instead of say.  The focus as they practice piano. The dancing while we cook. The jam we jump start our day to. It is everywhere.  All the time.

I’ve started a playlist for them on Spotify to rock to whenever they feel groovy (they hate when I call it that).  I want my kids to sing and play music that builds up the character I’m trying to instill in them.  I want it to be a comfort to them when they need a pick-me-up.  And I want them to be able to hear a song 20, 40, 60 years from now and laugh at the memories we made to it.

Music can bring generations together in a way little else can. I’d love for you to add a comment with your/your kid’s favorite songs so I can add to our list!

#GettingGroovy

#MusicMatters

#OutrageouslyOrdinary

PLAYLIST

I Gotta Feeling, Black Eyed Peas

Dynamite, Taio Cruz

We Can, LeAnn Rimes

Flashlight (Sweet Life Mix), from “Pitch Perfect 2”, Hailee Steinfeld

The Climb, Miley Cyrus

Don’t Stop Believin’, Journey

Roar, Katy Perry

How Far I’ll Go, from “Moana”, Auli’i Cravalho

Good Life, OneRepublic

Born This Way, Lady Gaga

Set It All Free, from “Sing”, Scarlett Johansson

Road Less Traveled, Lauren Alaina

Stand, Rascal Flatts

I’m Still Standing, from “Sing”, Taron Egerton

Beautiful Day, U2

Fight Song, Rachel Platten

Perfect, Pink (**CLEAN version**)

Shake It Off, from “Sing”, Nick Kroll, Reese Witherspoon

R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Aretha Franklin

Man in the Mirror, Michael Jackson

Unstoppable, Sia

Footloose, Kenny Loggins

Take On Me, a-ha

All Star, Smash Mouth

Walking On Sunshine, Katrina and the Waves

Love Is Your Name, Steven Tyler

Rise Up, Andra Day

When You Say Nothing At All, Alison Krauss

My Wish, Rascal Flatts

Cry Out to Jesus,  Third Day

Something Just Like This, The Chainsmokers, Coldplay

Never Gonna Let You Down, Colbie Caillat

The Fighter, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood

2 thoughts on “Getting Groovy

  1. Michal September 29, 2017 / 2:32 pm

    Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

    Liked by 1 person

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