Tuesday, March 25, 2008

{A Time to Wiggle}

For the record, I’m not walking like an Egyptian … I’m doing a snakish slithery move!!

Our local paper ran a story about my husband in the paper yesterday. He recently released his first CD for kids called: “Wiggle Like a Fish” and we spent the last 6+ months sharing the positive feel-good music! Come on - get up and wiggle (like a fish) ... :)
Or slither like a snake!

If you would like to read the article, please visit the link below -

This music journey has really been a fun adventure for our family.
We have ‘fish stories’ like no other!! :)
The big fish is part of the act - his name is Wiggles the fish and the kids LOVE him.

Cheers to positive music for families and kids!

Wiggle Like a Fish website:


Alyson said...

Very cool! Congratulations to your husband and your family! Good for you guys for going after dreams!

Jennica said...

I just think this is so cool. I remember being amazed at Tory's voice at the ward talent show a few years back and thinking, wow, he's good. And now all this success in a short amount of time. And the funnest part is that your whole family is involved! That is just awesome. Congratulations to all of you and I really need to go buy that cd. I know the kids would love it!

Rebecca Hickman: said...

Congratulations! Children's music has come a long way.

The 4 Martells said...

Trenton said to me at the dinner table tonight that we have to go to the Richland Library for the wiggle like a fish. He is so funny about it. We will try and make it!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I love it Wendy!! The picture is so perfect in your house and with the kids all decked out in their shirts--not to mention Wiggles himself. I'm so happy for you guys. Love, love, love you.

Wendy Christensen said...

Holli - You tell Trenton that Wiggles the Fish is excited to see him at the show tomorrow :)!!! Thanks to you all for the kind words of support and encouragement. We have learned so much from this adventure and hope to continue learning and singing for a long time to come! Rebecca, let me know if you'd like a CD for your library!