Kindermusik Educator, Greenville, SC
Prenatal Drug Exposer
She was also exposed to crack cocaine, but you would never know when you see her keep a beat. Ever since starting at age of one weeks, she was been introduced to beats in songs like 1-2 Tie My Shoes, Toodala, Rurru, and Mayo Nafwa. After a semester, she would kick her legs to the beat; when she could sit, she would rock to the beat; when she could crawl, she would move to the beat; and when she could walk, she would stomp and tiptoe to the beat."
Kindermusik Educator, Denver, CO
"She was a heroin addict. Frail. Limp. Pale. Beautiful. She was not demanding, but still worrisome. They thought she would never walk - assuming that she lived. She was one week old. After a year of anti-seizure medicine for withdrawal, she was enrolled in a Kindermusik classroom. We noticed her transformation weekly - she recognized 'her own' Kindermusik CD and bounced with glee each time we turned it on. She became stronger and able to express herself. She interacted with other children and even crawled over to help the younger ones! I remember watching her sitting on our class rug then standing straight up and sitting back down! She looked around as if to ask if anyone had noticed - we did!"