Apparently: Parallels of a Grandmother and Grandchild

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Sound & Vision’s mini-series, Apparently, explores the stories of musicians, performers and arts workers who are juggling parenthood with their art.

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Sound & Vision’s mini-series, Apparently, explores the stories of musicians, performers and arts workers who are juggling parenthood with their art.

On this episode, singer-songwriter Michaela Anne talks about singing Carole King's “Child of Mine” at her mother’s hospital bedside for months after her mother had a stroke. At the time, Michaela was pregnant, and her child now recognizes the song when she sings it. Anne discusses the feeling of watching both her baby and mom learn and relearn how to walk and talk together.

“My daughter is learning to walk and I’m just walking the length of the house back and forth with her and that’s what I’ve spent so much time doing with my Mom,” Michaela Anne says.

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