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<"touch_farm"> Touch and Feel Farm: 9/21/04

Sean is learning some nursery rhymes. His current favorite is Cock-a-doodledoo...

My dame has lost her shoe.
My master's lost his fiddling stick
And knows not what to do!

But Sean doesn't quite have it down yet. He has all of it except for the third line. Sean's version goes like this:

M'dame lost her shoe
Doesn't know what to do!

The funniest thing about this nursery rhyme is that he recites it whenever he sees a chicken. So often on the way home when he's reading Touch and Feel Farm to himself, he'll start reciting his version of the rhyme when he gets to the page with the chicks.

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