Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Listen up

'Cause we know sometimes words have two meanings.

Sometimes, you need to make sure you are hearing the right words.

After enough of my daughter's music this afternoon, I gratefully flipped back and forth through a few XM channels, confident that I'd find music that my 4-year-old son could sing (repeat) without any concerns.  While I rarely land on the 80's station, not much else was on my standard stations and I thought Bananarama was safe.  I drove home, oblivious to the familiar lyrics while I ran through the rest of my evening schedule in my head.  My son was happy--he liked the song and bopped along.  I thought all was well until he kept singing after I'd turned the car off.  As it turns out, other words rhyme with "Venus."

As I was composing this blog post, my older son came over to tell me about a conversation at school today.  If you read this blog often, you know my kids attend Catholic school and today was a day when Father visited the classroom.  My son wanted to let me know that Father instructed them to avoid "sidekicks" and mediums (as they practice black magic).



6 comments:

Jocelynka said...

Too funny! At least laughter keeps you healthy :)

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Kate Bruno said...

Music nowadays makes me worry about what my kids will be listening to when I decide to have them!

mishberries said...

Hahaha this post is short but funny.

Well if you don't mind, there is one song which I think should be alright for your son :D Slow, soothing and all the right words for his age. You can try and look it up.

Mindy Glendhill - Hourglass

It's really one of my personal favourite song.