Yeah yeah yeah, tell that to the little kiddo who suffered through the "singing", chickee. I understand this and feel sorry for the people who sit in front of me in church. Hubs and I are "screechers" when singing, but I DO lift my voice in song. Fortunately, those around me can adequately drown me out!! LOL LOL LOL Cute little tyke, sweetpea.xoxo,Connie
I bet I can sing "The Wheels on the Bus" louder and more off-key than you can!! Cute post. Sally
I love the wheels on the bus. I used to work with preschoolers and that was my favorite song. He is so cute. have a great weekend ...Mary...
lol Good one.
Oh come now - he must have loved it! Kids love to sing!Karla
So I take it from his response...we won't be seeing you on American Idol anytime soon lol. What a FUN post!
Hey, he got cookies didn't he? A little singing is worth cookies! And besides, "The Wheels on the Bus" is a classic!You can sing for me if you give me cookies!((Hugs))
the picture with Boo with his hands over his little ears is the best....very cute post...Sue.
ever body needs a singing auntie sue
So funny!!!You crack me up!Rosemary
This was just the entertainment I needed as my week winds down. Great fun!
You have such great posts! I can always find a smile here.
Man Susie Q. that musta been bad???? Poor kid. Good thing he didn't have his cell phone on him to call the abuse hotline!!!
Hee hee hee! Those are the moments in life that memories are made from! (Of course the memory may begin with "my crazy Aunt Sue" *wink*)Hugs and Smiles,M~
We can sing to the Lord with a loud song. It doesn't say we had to be in tune.
Why do I know that in your heart of heart's you're a Rock Star? And in your own head your voice is as glorious as the angels? Yes, I know...children don't have an ear for the superb! By the way, Sue I've made a new friend named Loong from China and his blogspot is http://loonggood.blogspot.com/Please go by and visit when you get the chance. He's a Newbie begging for help in his blogging...I figure we can all lend a hand, he's a sweetie!Sandi
I'm sure Boo loved every minute of all the attention. Don't ya wonder just when it was that we no longer cared about embarrassing ourselves? I used to worry about what people thought, not so anymore. Why waste my energy?!
Oh this is too cute, funny, brilliant and super delightful! I just love your thinking blurb cartoon posts! They're the best! The pictures of your young man are as cute as cute can be. (Don't tell him I said so...don't want to embarrass him!) Thanks for brightening my day!
Too funny!Your nephew is such a cutie. Even with his hands over his ears!
Boo is so cute...love the pictures and story. Keep making that joyful noise!
sweet boy! i can empathize, because i'm the one that tortures the kids in my family with my musical(?) stylings.
He's just looking out for your safety, dear auntie - keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel!Thankfully, Anna Marie hasn't gotten to the stage yet where she complains about my singing in the car. And if she does - oh well! I'll do it anyway.
were you really singing to him Auntie Sue???I had my Boo for a sleep-over on Saturday night. We're so proud of him, he's doing an elephant noise WOO HOO!!! CM just came out with a new paper punch, it's a puzzle shape. They call it the Puzzle Maker and when I saw it I immediately thought of Autism, the Missing Piece.
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