Today a friend introduced us to a song called 'What Does the Fox Say?' and… this song is something else. If you haven’t heard it before it’s kind of a techno/pop version of 'The Animal Sounds Song,' but with a lot more attitude.
For as long as he's been mine, the munchkin and I have loved to sing songs together. Especially in the evenings when I'm making dinner and it's been a long day, singing a happy song can brighten things up and bring in the good vibes. So here's a song we've been singing a lot...
This classic song has such an upbeat message that it’s perfect for kids. It reminds me of the Bob Marley quote that goes: 'Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.' Both the song and the quote are about enjoying the moment and finding happiness where you are. What a great...
It supposed to snow on Thursday but we’re not letting the wintery weather get our gardening spirits down! We’ve been talking to our seedlings and singing songs to them. One of our favorite tunes? Farmer Joe.
Lately the munchkin has become very interested in singing songs at the top of his lungs. I love it and I think it's adorable, but when it comes to his Halloween repertoire I needed to teach him something other than 'The Skeleton Dance' and 'If You're a Monster and You Know It.'...
It's October and you know what that means right? Halloween is almost here! We're pretty excited and have lots of fun Halloween posts in the works. Here is the first one: 5 New & Kid-Friendly Halloween Songs. :)
This is one of those classic Raffi tunes that babies and toddlers love. It's a simple song about two kids that have a little red wagon they take bumping all over the place, but then the wagon breaks and they have to fix it before they can start bumping about again.
If your toddler loves trains as much as mine does, chances are you're often on the lookout for new ways to encourage your little one's fascination. From train books and songs to puzzles and rhymes, I created a round-up of our favorite train things in honor of Amtrak's National...
'Skip to My Lou' is a popular children’s song that usually has silly lyrics – and by silly I mean elephants cockadoodle-dooing like a rooster. But if that isn’t perfect for toddlers, I don’t know what is.
When my computer stopped working last night the munchkin gave me some advice: 'Don't worry mama. Daddy fix it.' It made me think of the song 'Three Little Birds,' which is all about happiness and not worrying at all.
Here's a song that's great for practicing the alphabet with your toddler while also telling them how much you love them. We started singing it this week and already the munchkin enjoys shouting out the letters when they come up.
I Traveled Over Land and Sea is a fun action song based on a traditional Norweigian carol called Jeg gikk meg over sjø og land. From clapping to jumping to tiptoeing, there's lots to do with this catchy melody!
The munchkin and I are loving this fun story about 10-year-old Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III's attempts to capture and train a dragon. I see all the books in this series in our near future. See more of our favorite chapter books »
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