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32 comments

  1. Thats adoreable! I can’t remember when my kids learned to whistle, or even talk, but I know they don’t stop now 😀

  2. I often hear my son whistling in the shower, and while its cute, I think— that’s gotta be tough or even potentially risky in terms of water swallowing…lol

  3. Too cute! I remember when my daughter tried her hardest to whistle but the funny thing is she was missing her two front teeth LOL

  4. This is so cute! My son is always asking me when he’s going to learn to whistle! (he’s 6) That’s his big goal for the next year! 🙂

  5. Adorable! I thought it might be Jingle Bells (?!?) until the end! I worked with a gal whose mother was a national champion whistler. She even had a professional recording contract. It was really pretty amazing to listen to her, although after a while it made my ears hurt!

  6. Ahhhhh….too cute! Recently a five year old girl showed me how she had learned to snap. She did a full body wiggle with each snap!

  7. I love this post! It is hard work & I guess that proves the saying, needing to “wet your whistle”? VERY CUTE!

    I remember I learned to whistle at about age 7 and stayed at my Grandma’s house for a week…I rocked on her porch rocker and whistled the WHOLE time. I was so missing my mom, I think I probably whistled SWING LOW< SWEET Cherry O…or whatever that song is. My dad was SO proud when they got back and saw I learned this. He used to whistle SO many songs and was SO good at it…miss that!

  8. I remember when one of my grandsons learned to whistle, it was like he was afraid he would lose tha ability to whistle if he didm’t keep whistling so we had a whistling time for a while!

  9. So cute! I thought she was whistling Jingle Bells!
    .-= Sheena @ coNectar´s last blog ..Pre-schoolers Play, Move, & Sing With Sukey’s Circle =-.

  10. It sounded like jingle bells! I still can’t even whistle! It ends up being a very silent whistle and lots of air. I could when I was little..but I guess my skills just went away, lol.

  11. Precious! My niece is 5 and just recently learned how to whistle on her own. It is so high pitched I wouldn’t be surprised if she could break glass, haha.
    emilyjoymitchell at gmail dot com

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