Letters to Our Children | March

Music is pretty huge in our house.

Music has such an amazing ability to take you back, keep you in the present, or make you think about the future.  I love that my littles love it as much as I do. “Turn it louder,” my son shouts to me in the car.  My daughter is at the age where there’s a song for everything.

For this month’s “letter,” I’m dedicating this one to her.

Come with me, my love

To the sea, the sea of love

I want to tell you

How much I love you

Do you remember that day we met

That’s the day I knew you were my pet

I want to tell you

How much I love you

(Originally written by John Phillip Baptiste in 1958, though one of my favorite versions is by Cat Power – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbMeAOTPJzM.)



Keep the circle going and check out the wonderful Carey Pace.


12 thoughts on “Letters to Our Children | March

  1. How very sweet Alana! I’m a fan of the Cat Power version as well, and fun images of your lovely girl with a lensbaby. =)

  2. This is awesome!!! We are big music lovers…I still speak in song lyrics to my 17 year old son…11year old son…and five year old daughter! It is such an amazing way to keep words alive for years and years to come! I love how present you are w your babies! Don’t miss a beat!!!!

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