Saturday, February 21, 2009

Music To Our Ears (Something Like That…)


Jayvon & His Guitar from Sandra Tan on Vimeo.

My first attempt at fiddling with Windows Movie Maker – turns out to be pretty simple (for a techno-idiot like myself)! I did this mini video montage in under 10 minutes.

15 comments:

Diva Scrapper said...

What an adorable video. Stopping by from SITS..will come back again!

Jamie said...

So adorable. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Feel free to visit anytime.

Jacky said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Oh, and if you are searching for Wenda, she showed up on my corner of blogland sometime after you left your comment. =)

Willo said...

Thanks for stopping by today! Your little guy is adorable! I love how the little hairs stick up on top!

Chandy said...

Hello San, thanks for visiting my blog. I had to change my profile user name since there are a lot of CCs out there!

Chandy of "Complicated Simplicity"

Yaya said...

He's so cute!
Good job on the video!!

Mama Krit said...

What an adorable video. TOO Cute!

Brandy said...

Jayvon is adorable! You have a talented little boy.

Thanks for stopping by yesterday...come back anytime!

PetalsYoga said...

Thanks for visiting me today on the quest to find Wenda. I'll be back again to visit soon! I LOVE Windows Movie Maker and Jayvon is adorable!

Juls said...

Jayvon is the cutest!!!! :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog.. I love your blog, it's so cute! I'll be back to read more.

Donnetta said...

Thanks for coming by my blog on the search for Wenda! Jayvon is PRECIOUS!

Cairo Typ0 said...

I've never tried posting one of my own videos. Great job! Jayvon is so cute! :)

Grand Pooba said...

First video I tried, it took me 3 hours!

Cute video though, good job!

Mammatalk said...

Now, that's a fella after my own heart. What is it with a guy and a guitar? It just makes the ladies swoon! ;-)

momstheword said...

I couldn't see the video. All I have is a blank space. But I can see from the pictures you have posted that he is precious!

You have so much to look forward to, my friend. Mine are now 15 and 20 but I still treasure my memories of their baby and childhood.

Take lots of pictures and keep a memorybox, because you will forget somethings!