Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

SOMEONE ATE THE BABY -OH NO! NOT OUR BRIGHT EYES!!!!!!

WHAT????
THIS is a 
SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS HERE!
This is what 
THE BROTHER 
has to say!

Someone ate the baby it's rather sad to say
Someone ate the baby so
 she won't be out to play
We'll never hear her whiney cry 
or have to feel if she is dry
We'll never hear her asking 
why why why 
someone ate the baby.

Someone ate the baby it's absolutely clear
Someone ate the baby 
cause the baby isn't here.
We'll give away her toys and clothes 
we'll never have to wipe her nose
Dad says that's the way it goes, 
someone ate the baby.

Someone ate the baby, 
what a frightful thing to eat,
Someone ate the baby, 
though she wasn't very sweet.
It was a heartless thing to do,
the policemen haven't got a clue
I simply can't imagine who would go and (burp) eat the baby.
Shel Silverstein

Oh- Yeah
APRIL FOOL!

your photo name

56 comments:

  1. Gee, I was beginning to think that you could write a children's book!
    Deb

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  2. Ooh I'm glad no one really ate the baby! LOL!

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  3. that was so good, and what darlins they are, oh that baby makes my heart melt,

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  4. That Shel! I had not remembered that one and wondered what kind of a whacked Mother Goose rhyme that was! LOL

    My favorite of Shel's goes something like this: There are too many kids in this tub. There are too many elbows to scrub. I just washed a behind that I know isn't mine. There are too many kids in this tub.

    Makes me laugh every time!

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  5. oh my favorite children s poet. you couldn't fool us missy!! :)

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  6. OOOPS. hadn't heard that one, and wondered what was going on, a good April Fool joke,

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  7. haha you got me! Well, those pretty blue eyes got me ;)

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  8. Diana, Get me a spoon, I could eat that sweet baby :):) I remember my mom saying to the grandbabies," Oh I could just eat you up" ,as she kissing all over their faces. Hope you don' t get fooled today....but I am more worried about your Hero. LOL. xoxo,Susie

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  9. You and Shel Silverstein! What a pair!:-) Today happens to be my sister's birthday, too! xo Nellie

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  10. Look at those chubby little cheeks! She is so cute, you just want to eat her up, Diana.

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  11. That little pink hat with the bow in the front is the cutest thing....next to the baby, of course! I told Ky this morning that the school had called and there was no school today.....April Fool....she didn't think is was so funny! Hugs, Penny

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  12. What a cute poem and photo.
    I thought it was an Edgar Guest poem
    as I was reading it. This fellows new to me.

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  13. Those chubby cheeks are too cute!

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  14. HAHAHA. So Silverstein! What darling pics of those grandkids!! ♥♥

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  15. Hahahahaha! I forgot that it was April Fools Day! Cute!

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  16. I was wondering where that was going! I forgot it's April Fools Day!

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  17. What a perfectly cute story for today! Fits your family at this time! My favorite Shel poem - and I love them all - is the little girl who DID die after her parents did not buy her the pony she HAD to have! I'm so glad you reminded me of these fun books - digging them out for next time with the kids! Happy April Fool's Day, Diana!

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  18. I love Shel Silverstein. He wrote some of the songs sung by one of my favorite singes, Bobby Bare. So funny!
    Bright Eyes is looking beautiful in the photo.

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  19. Well, I'm glad no one REALLY ate that precious girl. You had me there for a minute.

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  20. What a fun April fools post . . . and what adorable grandchildren :)

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  21. What a fantastic photo! I'd forgotten it was April Fool's Day, too, but I sure do know Shel Silverstein. Can't help but wonder if the character Elaine Benis from Seinfeld is reading this and yelling at Shel, "Noooo, the Dingo ate cho baby!" (typed with an Aussie accent there)
    I'm just getting up here; so forgiveness is necessary)
    Xoxo

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  22. Darn, Diana, I don't know what it is about the reply part. I "see" the button here under my name and I see it in the other sites as well. I know they're replying so don't know what it could be. We'll work on it. You're such a sweetheart. Don't feel like you have to reply to everything, I know you're there, it's ok :D
    Ok, cleaning like crazy today, changing sheets, and getting a haircut all in prep for tomorrow. Cya when I can :)
    xoxoxo

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  23. You mean I have gone all morning without knowing it was April Fool's Day!!! The older I get the less I remember these important holidays!

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  24. Very cute, indeed!Your adorable little ones. I didn't forget it's April Fool's, because it's my birthday. xo

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  25. Those kids ARE cute enough to eat ha ha ....I miss the baby stage / now I want another grandbaby. Or maybe just a baby for a DAY :)

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  26. Such cuties! Who couldn't just "eat" them up!

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  27. LOLOL ... too funny! And, look at those precious babies ... love seeing them!

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  28. Gotta love Shel Silverstein! So perfect for April fool's day! I love seeing bright eyes in all her pink. I bet she's so much fun to shop for. :)

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  29. Your the first one to play a joke on me. LOL Precious pictures of Bright Eyes and her brother. You got us good Diana.
    Mary

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  30. Your to late our April Fool was yesterday.
    Merle.........

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  31. Your posts always make me smile...such cute kids~ no foolin'! Happy April!

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  32. Diana, OMG what little dolls both!! And that's no joke. That is really a cute poem, I had seen it before someplace but had forgotten..Happy Fools Day..Judy

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  33. Diana you are too cute. Love this sweet little poem. You know when they are that cute, you could just eat em up!! LOL
    Love your pics. Have a great night.
    Hugs

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  34. Love that poem..Did you make that up?? Glad no one ate the baby...:)

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  35. How cute! April Fools! What precious babies! Love your pictures!

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  36. You sooooooooooooooooooo make me smile. And it's been ages since I thought of SS - what a funny guy.

    The pic of your gson is priceless - and that little precious sleeping angel, awl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  37. You're funny Diana! I got caught today. The first time in decades. I have been following Esther the Pig on You Tube and I read somewhere that Ellen Degeneres had adopted her and the article included all sorts of silly things and I believed everything. Although, I must admit I thought about it a lot and I did question a few of the things I had read. When I found out it was an April Fool's joke from Esther herself on her website when she said the adoption had fallen through because of some crazy demands they had made to Ellen, I felt so silly! But it did give me a chuckle though. I'm a good sport, after all! You should show Esther the Pig on You Tube to your grandchildren!

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  38. What a delightful poem, Diana. Shel Silverstein is one of my favorites. Baby looks so precious in pink.

    It's April!!!

    love,
    ~Sheri

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  39. What a cute poem...And the pictures to go with it. Bright Eyes...would be yummy to eat if we could do that.

    I did play a April Fool on my dearest. At breakfast I told him Molly (our Shih Tzu) was staring under the bed...upon further investigation I found a dead mouse. Wish you could have seen his face.....HaHa April Fool...

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  40. Well, she is just cute enough to eat up! Fun Day :) Blessings, Cindy

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  41. OMG! It's a sure laugh every time I stop over here. You are way fun!!!! xo

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  42. HaHa! Very cute -- the poem and Bright Eyes!

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  43. That poem made me smile Diana, and the picture of your granddaughter is beyond precious and REALLY made me smile! My gosh...those cheeks!

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  44. I knew I recognized that poem! Loved reading Shel Silverstein when I taught school. This was a favorite. '-)

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  45. Too cute! Nana, she is soooooo beautiful.
    xoxoGinger

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  46. Ha! I've never heard that one before! :) Well, I'm glad no one ate that little doll! :) What a cutie pie. Yes, I do remember S&H Green stamps. It was my job to put them in the books. I'd use a damp wash cloth and press 'em down and stick them in the little books.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia;)

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  47. what a cute poem! sweet pic of the new one, diana! and i hope your hero's bones aren't brittle!

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  48. What a couple of cutie you have there! Adorable, glad no one ate that little precious bundle!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  49. Cute!! She is sooooo precious ~

    xo
    Pat

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