• I would love it so much
  • I'd love it. I'd encourage it. Definitely.
  • It depends on the song. If they switch it up, I have my own personal jukebox... But if it is the same song, I might have to lose it.
  • Depends on how old the child is, I think. A 13-year-old who sings constantly is annoying, even with a gorgeous voice. I'd want them to talk normally for conversations. My preschoolers sing often, and I love it. So freaking cute.
    • Bootsiebaby
      My son will be 13 next March.
  • It usually drives us crazy. But we always pretend we enjoy it. From the time kids start school they are taught songs when they go to church they are taught songs, so that is what they want to show you is that they are learning. They will soon grow out of it and when you miss it and ask them to sing for you they wont. So listen and enjoy while you have them. One day you will miss it!!
  • It would drive me completely insane after about thirty seconds.
  • I sing constantly, so I wouldn't mind it if my son sang, too. My heart swells with joy when I hear a child sing. I love it.
  • I just spent 6 hours in the car w/ my 6, 7, and 10 year old girls. They were each listening to different music on their cd players and all singing different songs! I love it, but it drives my husband nuts! He says it sounds like a bunch of walruses f***ing...what a grouch he can be!
  • i would lose it rather quickly... that is why i don't have any children
  • It depends on which songs... If it was something like Barbie, it would drive me nuts.
    • Bootsiebaby
      I didn't like that "Barbie Girl" song either, Gonzo.
  • It's a veeerrry fine line!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a 3.5 year old daughter who sings ALL THE TIME!! Seriously. About. Everything. Often it's insanely cute. Sometimes, though, my ears -- they *bleed*!
  • My daughter sings all day long, and I encourage her, she's getting quite good for a two year old.
  • My son makes some kind of sing song noise almost all the time and I tell him to stop and then he begins again...No I would not like it and I do not like it!
  • My son sings, dances, makes silly noises. The doctor says it is all healthy expression. I don't ususally mind. When I do I ask him to go to his bedroom or play room for a while.
  • I have a son, he is 12 and he is not one for singing. He prefers to listen to music rather than perform it.

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