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anybody else know all the words to 'blue's clues' songs? nm(13 posts)

anybody else know all the words to 'blue's clues' songs? nmJS Haiku Shop
Jul 10, 2002 6:58 AM
this?DougSloan
Jul 10, 2002 8:05 AM
http://www.angelfire.com/hi/Rahasia/blue3.html
yeah, i know 'em all already. just wondering who else...JS Haiku Shop
Jul 10, 2002 11:17 AM
but, da(o(u))d, better read over them, learn 'em, live 'em.
ohhhhhhhhhDougSloan
Jul 10, 2002 11:46 AM
I thought this was a Google research contest. :-)

Now I get it.

On a similar note, we've sworn there will be no purple dinosaur things in the house. Will that be possible?

Doug
re: purple dinosJS Haiku Shop
Jul 10, 2002 11:58 AM
none in my house yet, but there are quite a few matchbox and hotwheels cars (credit to yours truly). i swear, this kid's gonna get all the toys i always wanted, but never had. right now, it's about 20% stuffed, 20% vehicular toys, and 60% smart toys and books. and he loves the books!

regarding tv, he was ~18 months before he realized the tv as a form of entertainment. now he's only allowed to watch "educational" entertainment: sesame, blue's clues, dexer's lab (ok, dexter's not educational, but i sure do like it).
Re-living thru your children.Len J
Jul 10, 2002 12:14 PM
Boy do I remember that. Some of the best times I had with my kids when they were young was encourageing them to be kids & just watching/living the world thru their eyes. It genuinly allowed me to experience childhood in a way that I couldn't growing up.

I took the 4 of them to Disney when they were young. Only rule was that they got to set the daily schedule. If they wanted to swim, go to the park, come back & swim, go to the park, go have Ice cream, that's what we did. It was the best vacation I've ever had. They made sure all was fair & that they did things each of them wanted to do & my only responsibility was their safety and going along for the ride, what a ball.

Kids give so many gifts, if you're willing to receive them.

Len
speaking of Re-living thru your children - (bike related)DougSloan
Jul 10, 2002 1:46 PM
Does anyone make adult quality bikes in kids' sizes? (like a little C40 :-)

Doug
You have enough money........Len J
Jul 10, 2002 1:52 PM
I'm sure one of the custom builders would!

Len
speaking of Re-living thru your children - (bike related)snapdragen
Jul 10, 2002 5:41 PM
At the Great Western Bicycle Rally this year, there was a man who built his daughter the most beautiful little road bike. (Teeny little drop bars.....) She was 9 years old, and did her first time trial that day.
Wish I'd taken a picture of it!!
No purple dinosaur in this house either.Spinchick
Jul 10, 2002 4:34 PM
How lucky am I that my kid never liked Barney? Her big favorite now is Cyberchase (I think that's what it's called) and Arthur.
Good luck with the purple dino . . .ms
Jul 11, 2002 4:15 AM
My wife and I tried valiantly to keep our house free of purple dinosaurs, Disney characters, etc. However, we were overcome by grandparental gifts and our children's preschool friends. Now that our daughters are 10 and 13, we have even less success. After you watch Clueless or some Mary Kate and Ashley movies, you may yearn for Barney. My antidote -- I let them watch all of the juvenile, bathroom humor laden flicks I like (e.g., Austim Powers, Ace Ventura).
Why, of coursemickey-mac
Jul 10, 2002 8:33 PM
I also know all the words to Spongebob, Dexter's Laboratory, Dora the Explorer, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Dragon Tales, and a mess of other kid shows, good and bad. Unfortunately, these theme songs stick in my head and important, work-related stuff goes in one ear and out the other.
but, NONE are as bad as the mercury jingle. nmJS Haiku Shop
Jul 11, 2002 4:49 AM