The Babywearing Fools. By Mama Seuss

Wear you, wear you, in the house
Wear you, wear you, will my spouse.
Through the mall and on a ship,
In a sling or by my hip.
At a party, in the kitchen.
Babywearing sure is bitchin'.

Wear you, wear you, here or there
I will wear you everywhere.

Auntie wears you in a pack,
Daddy wears you on his back.
Mommy wears you where you'll fit,
Standing up, or when I sit.
Snuggled close up to my chest,
Babywearing is the best.

Wear you, wear you, here or there
I will wear you everywhere.


Originally posted (with more pictures) here: www.AprilsLittleFamily.blogspot.com

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Comment by April on November 19, 2008 at 9:33am
thanks, felicia!
Comment by Felicia on November 18, 2008 at 11:51pm
Again, great post! I left some comment love on your site!
Comment by April on November 18, 2008 at 3:53pm
thanks, jennifer!
Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on November 18, 2008 at 11:47am
Oh my gosh...I love this!! Very beautiful poem. I used to wear both of my girls when they were babies. Heck I wore them when they were toddlers as well. They're now 10 and 8 and I miss those days.

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