Audra Krell

On Purpose

Works For Me Wed. (Brotherly Love)

Cimg0821 This is "Mason in the Middle" teaching his younger brother to play the string bass.  Two years ago, Mason’s orchestra teacher said he was "born to play the bass."  Last February he sat first chair of 8 basses in the All-City Honor Orchestra.  I don’t think we’ll find a more apt teacher at this point, well especially not for this price!

Please don’t misunderstand, our boys are regular little men.  They are "I’ll wrestle you to the ground for the last Oreo" little men.   But when these ultra-rare moments come along, where they actually help each other….well that works for me on Wednesday and anytime!


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17 thoughts on “Works For Me Wed. (Brotherly Love)

  1. Such sweet photos!

  2. I have three boys and when they help and show love for each other it makes my heart sing!
    Great job getting it on film… I’m sure it lasted only so long. 😉

  3. How absolutely cool. Love that.
    Such a contribution neither of them will forget.

  4. I LOVE this! In our home my favorite brother time is when the oldest is reading to his little one. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

  5. There was a time when I wanted to play the bass. Then I was told I was too small, so I wanted to play cello. Then I was told I was too small. So I wanted to play viola.
    And I ended up with a half-sized violin.
    Cute brotherly moment. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Very cool! Nice photos.. 🙂

  7. Oh, that is just so sweet. I can just imagine the wonderful sounds at your house! Blessings to you.

  8. I Audra! I wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting.
    This is such a sweet post! I see we have a bit in common. I am an aspiring writer. I noticed that one of your interests is Eschatology. 🙂
    And you’re coming to a city near me??? Do tell…..
    Rena Gunther

  9. What a sweet moment. I had one today, when my 3 year old lifted her 1 1/2 year old sister onto the potty to try to teach her…ha! The older one then said, “Here, watch me. I will show you how to do it.” Be still my heart! Thanks for sharing. By the way, what are you writing for?

  10. How wonderfully sweet! I bet you were just beside yourelf watching them! 🙂

  11. I LOVE sibling love…it is so precious. What a great story to share at such a young age.
    Thanks for stopping by!

  12. That is a lovely photo, one to look at often. Really warms the heart. Hope your face time with the kids is going well. (saw your address at Happy to be at Home.)

  13. That’s so great! Music education, brotherly cooperation, and saving money, all in one! 🙂
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  14. Ginger on said:

    So your boys are talented and you love to read as well. Haven’t read The Shack yet, but it is on my list. I have two boys so when they are helpful to one another it WFM too. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

  15. I have two little boys and I hope they can “play nice” like this when they are older!

  16. Great post, better than all of the issues I have been readng about siblings fighting!!! Back from vaca and getting back into the groove!

  17. Those are super sweet pictures. And I laughed out loud at the Oreo line. The last Oreo in our house is more valuable than cash money. Kids will sneak them… grown ups will stash them. 🙂 The winner, of course, is usually our 4-year-old daughter who takes the bag into her room, licks all the creamy insides out and then puts the cookies back in the pantry for some unsuspecting Oreo snacker.

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