Counting down.

Not long now till my little girl turns four and as usual it will be a dinosaur-tastic day.

Posted on October 12, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. has the dog eaten the cakes yet?

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  2. Oh I LOVE dinosaurs!

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  3. Bags I come as a spinosaurus!

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  4. Our four year old has suddenly hit the dinosaur phase at full speed. Her birthday is next week and we bought some great dino toys. Until now she has been mostly pink tiaras, tutus and tea parties. FINALLY, some dad-friendly toys!

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  5. It’s so exciting at that age… how lovely. 🙂 xxxxx

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  6. Something to help with sleepy time:

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  7. “This lovely song for children is composed by an American singer/songwriter called Malvina Reynolds(1900-1978) in 1957.”

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  8. “Train whistle blowin’,
    Makes a sleepy noise;
    Underneath their blankets
    Go all the girls and boys.
    Rockin’, rollin’, ridin’,
    Out along the bay,
    All bound for Morningtown,
    Many miles away.

    Driver at the engine,
    Fireman rings the bell,
    Sandman swings the lantern
    To show that all is well.

    Rockin’, rollin’, ridin’,
    Out along the bay,
    All bound for Morningtown,
    Many miles away.
    [ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/seekers/morningtown_ride.html ]
    Maybe it is raining
    Where our train will ride;
    All the little travellers
    Are warm and snug inside.

    Rockin’, rollin’, ridin’,
    Out along the bay,
    All bound for Morningtown,
    Many miles away.

    Somewhere there is sunshine,
    Somewhere there is day,
    Somewhere there is Morningtown,
    Many miles away.

    Rockin’, rollin’, ridin’,
    Out along the bay,
    All bound for Morningtown,
    Many miles away.

    Rockin’, rollin’, ridin’,
    Out along the bay,
    All bound for Morningtown,
    Many miles away.”

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  9. I love that she’s counting the days by sleeps 🙂

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  10. Your Mum used to love The Seekers in the 60’s… when she was young. xxxxx

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