Let it snow

It took me a while to realize what my daughter was saying, partly because it didn’t sound much like the original and partly because Christmas is now a thing of the past. But regardless of the date on the calendar, Zak has been singing Let it Snow. I think he sings it year round.

Oh, the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since there’s no place to go

And my daughter chimes in:

Leio! Leio!

We should really tape some of that stuff before she grows out of it. A music lover like she is, who knows, maybe some day she’ll be a stinking rich recording artist and those videos will provide us with a large retirement fund.

Or maybe when we’re 80 we’ll be glad to watch those videos on the old, old laptop computer we’ll have kept way past when the technology changes to make sure we could watch those old 2-D, non HD “videos”. If you can still find a plug in those days.

Either way, it would be worth it.

One Response to “Let it snow”

  1. Mireille Says:

    Ben coudon, nos chums sont vraiment fait pour s’entendre : Richard lui, il récite «ah que la neige a neigé» à l’année longue. Je crois qu’il veut interagir, mais n’a rien de précis à dire, alors c’est ce qu’il dit. C’est un thème récurrent la neige et les cancers on dirait…