Bouncing Babies at Bookmarks

Monday, June 17, 2013


Welcome to another largely plotless episode of the Poppy O. Show.  Poppy and I went to this thing today called Baby Bounce Basics.  It takes place at a branch of the Dallas Public Library called Bookmarks.  This is of course the branch of the library that's in the mall, it still counts though.  Why wouldn't the library be in the mall*?  

There was this nice lady named Kim leading the children and their mothers (clad exclusively in stretchy exercice-wear) in predictably commonplace song including the itsy bitsy spider, twinkle twinkle little star, happy birthday, humpty dumpty, and the like.  Poppy and I went from comfortably numb to apathetic somewhere around the third song – at which point Poppy stopped shaking her egg shaker instrument.  

I got through the second half of this 20 minute gathering by staring at the escalator imagining how funny it would be to have Matt place Poppy on the descending escalator with me down at the bottom of the escalator shooting a video.  


I wonder if she'd sit still on that moving step...



video

I guess Poppy and I are just spoiled from Music Together where one never hears these cliché nursery songs sung by questionable cover bands.  Nope, at Music Together we sing original songs like Betty Martin, Hippity Happity Hoppity and Round Robin.  Betty Martin is our fave this semester.


Baby Bounce Basics
When: Monday, June 17, 2013 - 10:30 AM
Where: Bookmarks (in the NorthCourt)
Atmos Energy presents delightful fun for moms/caregivers and infants up to 24 months with interactive music, nursery rhymes and stories! 

Wiggly, Waggly Words
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 - 3:30 PM
Where: Bookmarks (in the Storytime Steps inside Bookmarks)
Atmos Energy presents an interactive storytime featuring movement, rhymes, music and books for age 7 and under.








*It makes sense that the baby library is at the mall.  As a modern mom, I am generally more comfortable with material items than I am with babies.  And judging by the sizable stroller crowd at the mall library today, I'm not the only one.  

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