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Singing her abcs

We had one weekend this month that we could get away to Hoodsport and we took full advantage of it!
Currently, Callie's favorite thing to do to pass the time in the car is to sing. Her favorite songs are the abcs, happy birthday, and the alphabet song....which takes a word that starts with each letter of the alphabet and the sound of each letter.....for example: apple, apple, a, a, a, baby, baby, b, b, b (that's about all Callie knows so she sings it over, and over and over - not my favorite song!). We've recently made a break though on the abcs.
She likes to watch the video after we record her, it's been the only way we've got her to slow down recently enough to get things on video. She was a bit impatient towards the end to watch it, wonder who she gets that from!


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