Video: Son Hilariously Adds Trombone Sound Effects to His Mum’s Life

Sons. You gotta love them. Even the ones who chase you around the house with a massive brass instrument, musically narrating your every move. This mum walks to the beat of her own trombone. Literally.

Musician Peet Montzingo did just that and the results are equal parts hilarious and adorable. The patience of his mum – my goodness! That woman deserves a trophy.

Life as a mum, in e minor

From chopping veggies to pulling clothes out of the dryer, from watering plants to sweeping the driveway, there is no shortage of tasks for mum. And Peet finds the perfect tune or sound to accompany all of them.

Peet shares his Sound Effecting my Mom videos on his Instagram account but we’ve got the full compilation video below. It’s well worth a look! And wait till the end, when mum gets a hold of a kazoo. So funny!

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While being chased around the house with a trombone is probably not the most relaxing mother-son activity, you have to admit, it’s better than being completely ignored by your too-cool-for-you-teen. Clearly, these two have fun with one another.

More funny parent-child moments

We’ve got a few other sweet and goofy moments between parents and their kids.¬†Check out the time this dad did a mermaid photoshoot with his daughter.

daddy daughter mermaid photos
Source: Desirae Deal Photography

Or the time this mum knitted herself a “new son” because her teen son refused to give her hugs. Ahh, teens!

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Image @mariekevoorsluijs

This adorable father-daughter duo are the stars of a photoshop series where Dad uses his photoshop skills to transform his daughter into all sorts of amazing characters, including Disney princesses and Marvel superheroes. So sweet.

Beauty and the Beast photoshoot

Or how about this beautiful wedding moment between a daughter, father and stepfather? Dad stopped his daughter’s wedding to ask that her stepdad join them to walk down the aisle. Co-parent goals right here!




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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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