Christmas songs at school

Today, I went to an afternoon tea at my children’s school – it was to thank parents and others who do things to support the school, such as go on excursions and help with reading programs. During the afternoon, various classes came in and sang Christmas songs for us.

It was lovely to hear them sing, and watch the actions they had obviously practised – they were so cute! The joy on their faces to be doing something for us, as well as the fun of the songs, was great, too.Santa and children singing carols

The grade 1 classes sang “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth“- and at least a third of them actually had front teeth missing so the song was a good choice 🙂

That’s Christmas should be – people sharing good times, children laughing and having fun, and people happily doing something special for others. May you and your children have a happy Christmas!

All I want for Christmas…

My nearly 6 year old son lost his 2 front teeth a couple of weeks ago. His grandparents, uncles & aunts and parents have been singing “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth“, driving him crazy!

This morning, he lost a third front tooth, so we’ve had to rewrite the song a bit…

He is well & truly sick of that song now, but we are still enjoying singing it to him.

His new teeth are now growing, and while they may not be fully grown by Christmas, they won’t be far off.

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