Have you heard of The Voice on NBC? If not, let me tell you a little about it. It is a voice competition show that features four famous vocal "coaches", Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, C Lo Green and Blake Shelton, that form teams and compete against each other. The competition has three parts, the first part is the blind auditions where all the coaches pick singers solely on the sound of their voices. The coaches have rotating chairs which blind them to the stage, if they like what they hear they can press their button, choosing the contestant.
I have a guilty pleasure, I am a reality TV/game show loving addict and I am not ashamed! But the funny thing is, so are my kids. My son asks to watch shows like Big Brother, Family Feud and he totally loves The Voice, we watch it every week. He is right there with me commenting on who is good, bad, totally terrible and sometimes he dances around (or as he would say "does cool moves") to some of the songs. It's cute.
So, the other day Bella was singing songs she learned at preschool in the backseat of the car. It was actually nice because instead of them arguing "Bella, stop singing! You are hurting my ears!", Zach was actually smiling and asking her for encores.
And then he says...
First, awwww Zach was giving his sister a compliment. Sibling love!
Second, what other kid references The Voice in his conversations? Mine, that's who! A proud moment in this reality TV/game show addicts life.