A song for you
Ever since Hannah has been able to make noise she has been singing. It first started with the beautiful baby sounds that most babies seem to make and quickly transitioned into words, sometimes made up words.. but still. Usually her songs are random thoughts, made up songs which I now understand is a genetic talent (if you can call it that :). Anyway, after dinner the other night Hannah got down from the table and started to sing a song. She sang it while dancing and it went something like this...
"Three freckled frogs sitting on a freckled log, eating the most delicious bugs. Yum, Yum, Yeck! One jumped into the pool where it was nice and cool. Two freckled frogs... and so on until there are none and it ends with glub, glub." She sang it beautifully! She continued to teach the song to Drew so that he could sing it with her.. Later Drew actually got her to sing it to her Grandma Mary Jo and to Grandpa Tom over the phone. oh did I mention that she is only 3.
So.. the other day she says to me. "Mommy I have a song for you" And she started to sing "A, B, C, D, E... and so on until she got to V and than sang "I love you" She likes ending songs with that.
So the other night after using the potty I asked her if she might have a song for daddy. She ran out of the bathroom and exclaimed "I have a song for you, Daddy!" and started to sing "A, B, C, D... and so on all the way to Z." By the time I came out of the bathroom Drew and Hannah were signing it again and this time with "Next time wont you sing with me" added to the end.