"The children just love your show!"
Asst. Director, Little People College, Wilmington, DE
"Hi there Mr. Skip!
It's InTown Playgroup in Georgetown. You were a big hit
with us in the fall and everyone wants you to come back. Is
there any chance you would be willing to come back and perform one
Adelaide B., Asst
Director. Georgetown, Washington, DC
"You are a famous rock star in the world of 3, 4, & 5
year olds!" - Kelly H.,
Music teacher, Caravel Academy, Bear, DE
"Mr. Skip -
Thanks so much for today's performance. It was great to have you
and I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did." - Sonya
President, MOMS Club of Alexandria-West
Dear Mr. Skip,
We wanted to thank you for our WONDERFUL singing adventure. We are
still singing about the ginourmous spider and will definitely order your
CD (total aside, we are CD Baby fans...). You have an amazing gift for
interaction with the little people and the sing-along was even better
than we imagined. Plus, you are just a nice guy and it was fun to have
you in our house! You were also our lucky charm. The sun came out
after you left.
We are already wondering - do you have a Christmas repertoire?
We hope to see you at Stacy's [Coffee Parlor] (in our Hawaiian shirts).
I almost forgot - I hope that YOU had a great birthday too!
"The kids just love you!"
Michelle, Manager of Marvelous Market,
"I wouldn't change a thing!"
Dave, father of a 3 year old and
co-host of the Dave & Dave radio show.
"Mr. Skip, you are awesome!"
Boogie Babes of Washington, DC
The Pink Pantry
& Mr. Skip
(Excerpts from Woodbridge
Living magazine, March 2008 Author Victoria Mason)
"...I happened to visit [the Pink Pantry in Clifton, VA] one
busy Friday morning with my two-year old daughter and found Mr. Skip conducting
a sing along. Mr. Skip, who is all about music and movement, sings original and
classic kids songs like Old MacDonald to the six and under crowd on Friday
mornings at 10:30 a.m. He really gets the kids off their seats and moving. Even
the parents and grandparents were having a blast as Mr. Skip played for a solid
thirty minutes or more. Not being a kiddie song type myself I was surprised at
how much fun I had with Mr. Skipís non-hokey style... Despite the small space, it did not feel crowded even with Mr.
Skip strumming away in the middle of the place and a bunch of kids dancing
around as if they had ants in their pants..."
Victoria Mason is a freelance writer and product reviewer living in
Woodbridge. She frequently reviews products and items for all ages at her blog,
Mummyís Product Reviews and blogs about parenting and motherhood at The Mummy