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Christmas Trees, Cats and Toddlers

Updated on April 20, 2014

It's That Time of Year Again

Oh me, oh my, what shall I do?

It's time to set the tree..

Daddy wants it one place,

Kids can't decide between three.

Kitten's first Christmas at our place

Always into things

Jumping up and jumping down

And the chaos that it brings

I see it now, the broken bulbs

Tinsel oh what fun

The kitten waits anxiously

To knock it down when done

If that's not all to think about,

Toddlers hands are there

Ready, able and willing

To make the tree look bare

It's fun to pull the angel

They laugh and play with glee

The glitter and the sparkle

Is something new to see

Takes hours to set up

Many shopping trips to town

Excited, happy squeals of joy

Can't wait to knock it down

Kids eyes light up and twinkle

Curiosity steps in

When dad brings in the Christmas Tree

My head it starts to spin

Oh well, they're only young once

The years too fast pass by

We'll miss the laughter and the joy

Oh what to do, oh my!


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