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Friday Poetry

Submitted by on Friday, 5 September 20082 Comments
Looking at Palm Trees in Dubai makes me feel so poetic.  Wishing you a peaceful Friday and weekend!

Looking at this photo makes me feel so poetic. Wishing you a relaxing Friday and weekend.

I thought I would share a couple of poems to celebrate the last day of the week and the iminent start of the weekend. I made these up (just in case you couldn’t tell :-) ):

A Friday Haiku for my six and a half week old daughter:

Summer turns to fall
You are getting bigger now
Less projectile-poo

And for my two and a half year old boy, a limerick:

It was five o’clock in the morn,
I was feeling tired and worn,
You woke up and said “eeee”
“I have to go pee!”
I was happy you didn’t eat corn.

Not sure if I will be able to post this weekend, as my father-in-law is now in town and staying with us (will let you know how that goes). But if I get a chance, I will.

Next week should be a good week… expecting a special guest post and plan on sharing another baby calming technique that we rediscovered recently that has been working magic for us.

Have a great weekend, and feel free to join the jam and share your own Friday Poetry!

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