24Oct

Twelve Hours With Littles

We’re in the midst of some special time with family we haven’t seen in awhile. I will tell you all about it later, but I thought I’d share this little offering in the meantime. For our extended family’s traditional talent show (it was EPIC this year, y’all), the Vitafam wrote our version of “Twelve Hours With Littles” and performed it for our patient audience:

(sung to the tune of “Twelve Days of Christmas”)

On the first hour of the morning, my Littles gave to me – A Lego floating in the potty.

On the second hour of the morning, my Littles gave to me – two dirty diapers.

On the third hour of the morning, my Littles gave to me- three tiny boo-boos.

On the fourth hour of the morning, my Littles gave to me – four cries of “mine!”

On the fifth hour – call it lunchtime – my Littles gave to me – FIIIVE PEANUT BUTTER SMEARS!!!

On the sixth hour of day time, my Littles gave to me – six books to read.

On the seventh hour of nap time, my Littles gave to me – seven tears before naps.

On the eighth hour of day time, my Littles gave to me – eight missing shoes.

On the ninth hour of day time, my Littles gave to me – nine “what’s for dinners?”

On the tenth witching hour, my Littles gave to me – ten “how many bites?”

On the eleventh hour before bedtime, my Littles gave to me – eleven bath time splashes.

On the twelfth hour before bedtime, my Littles gave to me – twelve sticky kisses!

And if you have considerable time on your hands, you can see our less than stellar performance. Please use your imaginations and pretend you can see the Lego Ian drops, the many different band-aids in various locations I’m sporting, and the great big glob of peanut butter I smeared on Andrew’s face at the end. Also, please note, Mira sang every word. I could eat her with a spoon.

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Comments

  1. This is too funny! Love it.

  2. I have considerable time. Ha! That was too cute. I especially enjoyed you and your husband and the fun you two looked to be having together. =)

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