Looking for children's music?
Music is a powerful catalyst for learning, creativity and development. From lullabies to looney tunes, Bach to rock, the influence of music and song has a hand in reaching your child.
Pitter Patter Productions specializes in lullabies and music for toddlers, though we are hoping to expand into adult Christian music. All of our albums or individual songs can be downloaded online from numerous streaming services under the name "Catherine Pittman.:
Located at the foothills of Mount Hood in Clackamas, Oregon, the state's multitude of sparkling rivers, waterfalls, and mountain peaks soothes the soul, and brings a little bit of heaver here on earth. It is where Catherine often finds inspiration for her creative muse.
Catherine's music is "love made audible!"
My Company's Birth
How Pitter Patter Productions Was Born
When my sister Tessa commented that an original song I was playing "sounds like a lullaby," I decided to finish and record the song along with several others as a gift to Tessa and her soon-to-be born baby. At the time, friends at my regular "day job" knew I was creating something special for my sister, and everyone wanted to hear the music when it was completed. I brought it in, played it, and every mom there asked, "when can I buy it?" The first album, "Sleepy Time Lullabies" gave birth to Catherine's company, Pitter Patter Productions.
Catherine's family and several friends have been involved in the business. Her father created the album cover for the first album, her sister Tessa created the cover for her next album, "Topsy Toddler Time." Three friends created the next album covers. Catherine's niece, nephew and sister Tessa joined Catherine in singing some of the songs on her third album, "The Dream Faerie."
Singer & Songwriter
My Life's Story
I have had stories, poems and articles published in newspapers and magazines since her teens, but my heart has always belonged to music. I began songwriting at age 15.
While my original musical inspirations for my lullabies and kids music are now grown up, I still enjoy writing new songs for "little folks." Many of my past customers and friends call me the "lullaby lady."
In the fall of 2011, I was diagnosed with End State Renal Disease (ESRD), and began dialysis in January 2012. I choose to seek joyful moments in my "new normal," keeping my faith, hope, optimism, love of life and humor along my journey. I will enjoy my life, writing songs and crafting for however long I remain on "this side of the grass." It's in God's hands.
"Music is the sound of love made audible"