El is definitely musical. It's early with J, but he does like when I sing to him.
What I should do to encourage musicality is sing, clap rhythms, play with instruments, sit down at the piano with them, dance, listen to many kinds of music, practice my own instruments. And I should do them often.
Well, we sing daily and listen to music during playtime. Those other things happen, just not every day.
I don't expect my kids to be Mozart or Josh Groban. I do hope they will love and appreciate music.
How do I make sure they love it? By showing that I love music and making it fun.
We sing songs, and El fills in the blanks when I pause.
We sing LDS primary songs before bed.
We listen to classical music during playtime and work time.
They see me playing the organ and get to "help" after church if they were good.
We have impromptu "ballets" that are mostly running in circles and giggling.
We clap our hands.
We pound on the piano. And we cuddle while we do it!
Not each thing each day. But a bit every day. That makes music part of your daily life. It becomes the norm. And everyone is lifted and drawn closer by music together.