This has the potential to become a long and rambling thread because it's about my eldest daughter...but I'll try & keep it short. We sang to her in the womb, we always have music around the house, she loves her nursery rhyme tape, she has been surrounded by music from her conception ( and the same goes for her little sister ). Earlier today, as we were eating, she started humming a song - I recognised it as being 'Pink' ( Aerosmith ). It transpires that her older (half) sister had taught it to her and '....I like the tune!' The thought behind this one is simple......I really don't care WHAT sort of music Arwen is singing, she just loves the loves the stuff - and she can hold a recognisable tune at barely five!!! Even if it is Aerosmith!!!! This is our legacy, this is our love and it does me ol' heart good to know ( is this vain? I think not...)that MUSIC seems to mean something to our daughters, regardless of its origin or the 'box' in which it is put. I sang along with her and we laughed....which is probably the greatest music in the world! ( And because it's NEARLY the 14th in the UK, I thought it was appropriate!) Teller.