Skip to the Loo, My Darling! A Potty Book by Sally Lloyd-JonesSally Lloyd-Joness riotous narration and Anita Jerams endearing illustrations make this a charming and energetic invitation to potty trainees everywhere.
Bunny wants his potty. What will Bunny do? Only one thing for it . . . skip to the loo! Bunnys not the only one skipping to the loo. Look who else wants their potty! Quite a few. . . .
With rollicking rhythm, Sally Lloyd-Jones gets the party going in a book that simply rejoices in the call of nature. Everyone is invited to celebrate—from a lonely dodo to a wibbly woo, from Lord and Lady Huff Puff to an elephant in a tutu. But when the party is in full swing and everyones on their potty, Bunny sees that someone very important is missing. Who could it be?
Skip to my Lou - Nursery Rhyme song for kids by Nastya
Emerson was very involved in the design and installation of this Loo, where students drew colorful plants and flowers that decorate the door. They were very happy about the nearby location, anticipating that their school playground would be more clean and safe without waste, needles, or other hazards. This song is a great one for younger toddlers that still in diapers.
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It was also a popular lyrical game in Abraham Lincoln's youth in southern Indiana and Kentucky with verses such as "Hurry up slow poke, do oh do", "I'll get her back in spite of you", "Gone again, what shall I do", and "I'll get another girl sweeter than you". It begins with any number of couples skipping hand in hand around in a ring. A lone boy in the center of the moving circle of couples sings, "Lost my partner, what'll I do? It is an ice-breaker , providing an opportunity for the participants to get acquainted with one another and to get into a good mood. The "lou" in the title comes from the word "loo", a Scottish word for "love". Changing verse here 3x Skip to my Lou, my darlin'. Lou, Lou skip to my lou x3 Skip to my Lou my darlin'.
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou Skip to my Lou, my darlin! Lost my partner, what'll I do. Lost my partner, what'll I do.
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