While Sydney and I were in the kitchen this afternoon, we suddenly heard Katherine break out in song:
“Hey, Jude, don’t make it bad. Take a sad sooooooooong and make it better. Remember to let her into your heart . . .”
And suddenly I realized that my daughter had been introduced to the Beatles. And definitely not by Sydney or me. She had all the lyrics down, too (at which point I suddenly thought: the Beatles have great lyrics for kids to pick up . . . incredibly easy, even if she did actually say “Hey, June,” instead of “Hey, Jude), so she’s certainly heard it a few times. She knew more of the lyrics than I did! Dad, is this part of your music rotation, or are the Beatles now standard fare at the nursery?
UPDATE: This morning Katherine serenaded me with “Let It Be,” so her nursery teacher must be on a bit of a Beatles kick.