Nursery Rhymes Gone Bad

Alternate title: When All the Batteries Were Used on the First-born

For those of you who wonder how Vincenzo turned out the way he did, it’s incidents similar to this that really molded him.  I’m going to have a lot of explaining to do when Rocco’s kindergarten teacher calls home to ask why he hid in the closet when she read “Humpty Dumpty” to the class, though.

Mall croquettes with mall fraiche

6 thoughts on “Nursery Rhymes Gone Bad

  1. wrong! but I love it, the books never even worked for Brent and Clara had the same experience as Rocco. I guess that is why 1st borns think they know it all?!?

  2. We have the same one and 3 pages no longer work for Lexa. It sounds like the teacher’s voice from Charlie Brown. I would be less concerned with Rocco’s appreciation of Humpty Dumpty and more concerned with what that voice was really telling him. Judging by the look on his face, it was speaking his language and he was engrossed. Tomorrow if you find a marble in his diaper or him sucking toilet water off of toilet paper you will know why.
    (BTW – both of those incidents are from my friend with two young boys and the reason that we decided to have two girls)

  3. You and I smirked at the same time. I heard it. That’s how I know we could be friends. Also, the whole Messing With Your Baby’s Psyche thing.

    (P.S. WHAT? That’s a cute baby)

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