Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Nursery rhymes are a gas

Each year our kindergarten classes have a "Nursery Rhyme Parade" around Halloween.  The kids come to school dressed as their favorite nursery rhyme character and then the class/es walk around the campus visiting all the other classes and they recite a rhyme or two in the other classrooms. 

It's quite a little event.  The children are encouraged to use their imaginations, and make their 'costume'. 

Audrey picked "Little Miss Muffet."  We've been practicing her rhyme, and she's wearing a little dress and carrying a little basket with her spider in it.  I figure that'll do, as a tuffet might be too awkward to carry.

I hear her off and on all the time, "Lit-tle Miss Muf-fet sits on her tuf-fet..."

Yesterday afternoon, as we were trying her dress on, she started up:  "Lit-tle Miss Muf-fet"  --pause---

"farts on her tuf-fet."  --exploding gale of laughter

That's gonna go over well with the kids, I thought, as I laughed along with her.

Mr W heard us laughing and gave me that quizzical "what's up" look.  I told him, and she recited her version for him again.

He smiled and pointed his finger squarely at me:  "That's you.  That's your kid." 

I opened my eyes wide in mock innocence, "And I made her all by myself, too..."

5 comments:

screaminremo303 said...

Don't look at me. I'm the Playdoh King.

chat2missie said...

That's so funny!  
Missie

jevanslink said...

The good news about girls who have older brothers is that older brothers bring home their cute friends. The bad news is that they teach their little sisters the joy of saying "fart." Then they teach them how to let 'em rip. I'm sure it's only a matter of time before she lights one.

Mrs. L

pixiedustnme said...

I cannot wait to see those pictures!

thegirlnexdoor77 said...

How cute!  Kids they say the some of the cutest things!  Have a great week!  TerryAnn