Day 24: The whole world
January 24, 2014

24th Jan 2014: He’s got the whole world in his hands

One of the outcomes of today’s exclusive Music + Football Club.
I know – it’s worth a recording deal, right?!!!!
Next week we’re moving on to Kumbaya! Any requests?!

This is day 24 of a Post-a-Healthy-Picture 30 day challenge.

Sing!
July 20, 2013

singBoy: I remembered one of the other songs we sang in the playground today – not Over The Rainbow or Doe a Deer. I don’t know what it’s called though – shall I sing it to you?

Mum: Yes, go on!

Boy: [sings]
Every day, we learn and play,
Finding ways to get along,
Finding out what ┬álife’s about,
Everybody moving on!

That’s all I can remember.

Singing the Spring Song
April 22, 2013

springsongSon: It’s sunny! And I know why it’s sunny. In singing assembly yesterday we sang the Spring Song, because it wasn’t quite ready and we has to help it. That’s why it’s sunny today!

Dylan’s singing Santa hat
December 23, 2012

Santa’s got his hat on – hip hip hip hip hooray!
He’s singing Santa Claus is Coming to Town and Jingle Bells, just for a bit of Christmas cheer!
From Becky and Dylan.

Everybody bruises
October 31, 2012

D: You know when they say “We’ve all got bruises” on the radio?

Me: You mean the song?

D: Yes. Well, not everybody gets bruises DO they?

Me: Yes, everybody gets bruises – you’d have to be a robot not to bruise.

D: What – everybody? Even God?

Me: Umm… Yes, I think he probably does.

D: But that’s IMPOSSIBLE! Everybody can’t get bruises on the same day – I’ve checked and I haven’t got any bruises. So it means one day everyone has them, the next day they don’t have them, the next day they do have them…

Me: I don’t think the song means that everybody gets a bruise on the same day – I think it just means that we can all get bruised… On different days.

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