Have you heard our latest holiday story?
Candy Cane Catastrophe (14:56)
Tragedy befalls a boy and his candy cane on a long car
drive to Grandma's for the holidays.
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The other day in the car we were listening to Christmas carols and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" came on the radio. As we sang, we got to the line "Here we are as in olden days, happy golden days of yore". Our 6 year old promptly asked me "Mama, what does 'yore' mean?".
Of course I couldn't just give him the answer. I had to sing the line to him again. Loudly. And with a southern twang. Just like the one my friend Miss Amy has. As we were giggling, he began to understand from the context clues in the line that they were days from long ago.
He then said, "So, when you were a kid, a long time ago, those were days of yore?". I quickly corrected his mistake and told him that it was longer than that. Like when his great-great-grandparents were children. Satisfied by my answer, he asked me to turn up the Christmas music so that we could sing...without the southern twang.
What decorations or pictures do you have from "days of yore"?
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Chilly's Christmas: (20:08)
An ornament is accidentally placed on the back of the Christmas tree
and must learn to experience his favorite season using his
other senses with a little help from his friends!
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Inky's Christmas: (21:24)
Inky, a nervous octopus, has to figure out a way to control his inking
so he can attend all of his friends' holiday festivities.
Free audio download: Inky's Christmas
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Red vs. Green: (22:21)
When a team of Christmas elves goes against a team
of St. Patrick's Day in the Holiday Hockey Winter Classic, who will win?
*I may or may not live out my "being a punk rocker" dream
in this episode. You will have to listen to find out!*
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As always, we look forward to watching the
glow grow brighter with the many words we can share together!