Sunday, December 16, 2007

She Sings, She Dances

If you sing the Tigger song ("the wonderful thing about Tiggers"), Morgan jumps up and down like a maniac, her curls bouncing, trouncing, flouncing, and jouncing.

Also, this is how she sings the Winnie the Pooh song:
Winnie the Pooh, Winnie the Pooh,
Cubby little stubby all stuffed with fluffy
(Actual words: Tubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff)

And the words to Rudolph are now officially:
Rudolph the Big Red Reindeer
Had a very shiny nose

And Walking in a Winter Wonderland just repeats those words over and over and over. Same with "Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way." Lather, rinse, repeat.

We went to a party the other night where we saw Rock Band for the first time. Very cool. Morgan was rocking out, singing and especially dancing. If we had one of the game systems that plays it (we don't) and lots of extra disposable income (sorry) and nothing else to do (not likely), I think it would be mighty fun to own. Fortunately, Morgan will dance to just about any kind of music, so we get to see her dance even though we don't own that awesome game.


Mike N said...

I think it is precious to watch them dance or even just sway to music. My grandson likes to sway or bend his knees to just the music in commercials.

Rational Jenn said...

It is one of the sweetest sights ever, a child dancing. My son had his big public dancing moment at about 18 months of age when he started rocking out to "Come Together" by The Beatles at the grocery store. I'll never forget it!