Monday, October 4, 2010

The MommyDaddy Song

My son has discovered his voice.
Not the talk in complete sentences voice- he can really only say "Mommy" "Daddy" and "lawnmower." But the sing at the top of your lungs, then softly, then screaming song voice.
I love it.
It cracks me up.

Caderyn has recently made up his own song that he has been singing every morning this past week.
We call it the "MommyDaddy" song (no typo in my typing there).
Those are the only words in the song and he usually starts it off with "Mommeeeeee.   Daddeeeee." At a regular tune with the 'e' sound at the end drawn own. Then he goes up into a soprano of "MommyDaddyMommyDaddyMommyDaddy" for about a minute. Then he giggles to himself before screaming at the top of his lungs "MOMMEEE. DADDEEE. MOMMEEEEEEE/DADDEEEE."
Then he giggles again and starts the song all over.

Jeff and I laid in bed for twenty minutes yesterday just laughing while we listened to him sing through the monitor. I will try and capture our songbird in action and post a video.

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