Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Why Enunciation is Important

LO has been singing The Wheels on the Bus quite a bit lately. (It was part of his transportation and vehicle unit at preschool.)

This morning, as he "helped" me make the bed, I asked if he wanted to sing. We quickly exhausted the details of the infamous bus that I knew:

Wheels that go round and round
A driver that goes "Move on back."
People that go up and down
A baby that goes "Wah wah wah" with accompanying crying motions.
A mom that goes "Shh shh shh."

So I asked LO, "Who else is on the bus?"

"The whore on the bus," he replied.

"The whore?" I repeated.

He began to sing: "The whore on the bus goes..."

And at that interesting juncture, he lost interest.

"Say whaaaaaaa?"


  1. The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep.

  2. Hahahahahah! Thanks for the laugh. :)

  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uH2lpzFU0TU