Actually, when he was about 1 1/2, he wanted to watch Rach:s 3:d almost every day so he is fed with Rach since he was very young. Pretty amazing that he could watch the entire concert at about 45 minutes. I think I have a movie someplace where he is watching it on my computer.
Also, he has a piano on his room already and I play for him every day when he goes to sleep. Too lousy Rach-player so he has to stick with Bach and Mozart. He always wants me to end with the first part of Mozart K.545. Very melodic and happy music and perfect before one go to sleep I guess. Then I have to read a book...quite a long process
He regurarly tries to play but he seems unpleased with his motoric function which in this young age seldom is sufficient to play at all. He can point of the name of the white keys. That just came one day like a chock for me. It was his older daughter Alva who taught him I later found out. Still pretty impressive.
When he was younger (1-2 years old), he often sat in my lap when I played and listened and watched my fingers.
I will give him support in playing of course while never force him. It must come from the heart of himself.
I just post this because it is so interesting and must be pretty unusual. Unfortunately, he likely suffer from some kind of Asperger syndroms if you have ever heard of that so he is not good (actually really bad) in communicating and especially with other children which seem totally uninteresting for him.