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Spiritual Lullabies: Religious Nursery Rhymes and Bedtime Prayers

Can't remember how to recite Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, or the Kumbaya lyrics? Here's a list of religious lullabies, including classic nursery rhyme prayers, to help tuck your little one peacefully...

Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes for Children (And Parents)

Looking for a Mother Goose nursery rhymes list, with a twist? Our list has a little EDGE, for artistic parents wanting a refreshing look on the classic nursery rhyme favorites. Remember the one about the...
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The Truth About Mother Goose, According to Disney

Written by famed children's author Bill Peet, this little-known Disney animated short-film, The Truth About Mother Goose, tells the history of three classic Mother Goose nursery rhymes. Filled with jazzy singing and vintage Disney hand-drawn...

Hush Little Baby, Don’t Say a Word: The Mockingbird Lullaby

The lullaby lyrics to Hush Little Baby, Don't Say a Word will put a smile on the face of any exhausted parent. Momma's gonna buy you a WHAT?!? A Mockingbird? A Diamond Ring? Every parent...

One for Sorrow: The Magpie Nursery Rhyme For Predicting Gender

One for Sorrow is a classic children's nursery rhyme about magpie birds. According to folklore, counting the number of magpies (or crows) which appear at a joyous occasion, such as a baby shower or...

These Monday’s Child Coloring Pages are Not Sour and Sad

According to Mother Goose, being born on a Thursday means you have far to go. But you won't have to go far to download our vintage collection of drawings depicting each day of birth...
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If Girls Are Sugar and Spice, What are Little Boys Made of?

What is the poem that goes, "Girls are made of sugar and spice"? Here's a few versions (and a little history) about the classic children's poem regarding the differences between boys and girls. What are Little...

Monday’s Child Poem: Your Child’s Personality by Day of the Week

Will your child be fair, graceful, or woeful? Is your baby a Monday's child? Tradition holds that you can predict your child’s temperament based on the day of the week they were born. Enter...

What Does Thursday’s Child has Far to Go Mean?

The phrase "Thursday's Child has Far to Go" is from the Old English nursery rhyme "Monday's Child" which is a poem based on the days of the week. Unlike most other weekdays mentioned in the...

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