Now I'm Three and I Know ... (Preschool)
by CJ Heck
Thursday, November 30, 2006
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(Please read in your best three-year-old voice ... it's written from all of the best parts of my grandsons).
Now Iím Three & I Know Ö
A Preschool Poem
by CJ Heck
I know never touch fire, thatís HOT,
but I can touch ice, 'cause itís not,
& puppies are soft & kitties are too,
soís most of the stuff moms & dads give to you.
I know, never tell people theyíre fat,
'cause it will hurt them if I do that,
& rocks arenít for throwing at others
but itís okay to throw pillows at brothers.
I know daddy says swears I canít say,
& I have to wear clothes out to play,
'cause one time I went outside naked
& Mrs. Johnson saw me & she called Mommy
& Mommy came outside & got mad (sniff)
& she yelled at me (sniffle-sniffle) & I had to
sit in a chair for a whole time out and Ö
I know cookies smell better than cheese,
& to get one, I have to say "please",
& how to go pee in the potty,
but not in my pants, 'cause thatís naughty.
I know flowers don't needs any feet,
& no dessert if I donít eat my meat,
& I got to blow boogers in tissue,
& don't wipe off where ladies kiss you.
When I wake mommy up, never holler,
& pennies are not more than a dollar,
& scissors are never for cutting my hair,
the barber does that, (but I hate going there).
I laugh 'cause it's better than cry,
& you canít squeeze a worm, it will die,
& Daddy will laugh if Iím burping,
& Mommyís kiss helps when I'm hurting,
I know SO many things, now I'm three,
& this stuff helps ME be a good ME.
I know lots more than I did when Iím two
of the stuff I can do and I canít do.
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|Reviewed by pat medlin
|this is just delightful|
|Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia
Just gorgeous....and my two 3s are about to become 2 fours!!!
You have 5 grandsons - I have 6! I also have 2 granddaughters! Do you, too?
Thank you for sharing your wonderful gift for children! You're a doll!
Have a Jolly Jolly Christmas, Grandma Heck!
Love&hugs&laughter, Granny Galizia
|Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
|What great inspirations you get from those five adorables, CJ! Guess that's why you excel in your children's poetry! Thanks to the Good Lord (and 'puters) that you share with us...
|Reviewed by K. Mulroney
|I love your childrens poetry, it's like you revert to the child your writing about. Sometimes I wish I could go back and make it all different. Your poems help me see what I missed. Great stuff!|
|Reviewed by Randall Barfield
|good read the last stanza is precious! thanks for sharing and cheers|
|Reviewed by H. Lena Jones
|Hi CJ, this is so cute! It sure is fun watching little ones grow. I even find myself wondering what babies think when they look at you and smile and kick their little legs in excitement when you're talking to them. I just wonder!
I really enjoying all your childrens' poems! Thank you, precious CJ.
|Reviewed by J M
Oh this is full o wonderful expressions.
God Bless thank you!
|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|Precious CJ...and you took me back to some little life lessons I had to learn the hard way....
Love and Huga,
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|What a delightful piece, CJ - reminded me of just how smart we are at three! And now, you have me practicing my thre-year old voice - that's marvelous, too!|
|Reviewed by Steve Ralph
|Ahh this is brilliant CJ, I loved it, It's been quite a while since I had to use my three year old voice, (amazing how quickly it comes back, lol,)
I really did enjoy reading this thank you for it,
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|And the say all the good things in life are free...or are they prohibited :) Just joking. This indeed made me smile. Now with my grandson, I don't say don't do that. I say good boy whenever he responds. Bless his smile, he continues to do what I don't want him to do....guess I'll have to wait until he's three. Victor|
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|No matter how bad I feel your poems always take the sadness away and pleads the light inside me to shine.I can count on it. This is adorable and I'm sharing it with me ten month old grandson. Thank you for this keeper.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|This is so cute and it is just what three year old's say, my granddaughter Jozie is three and many of the expressions are many that she has relayed in the past. I love to read you work it always brings a smile to my face, and we could all use more smiles. Wonderful work my dear friend.
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Just do not lick an icicle, and learn the alphabet in burps....|
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
You touch such unique places in me with these gems that you write. This was so endearing. Brava!
Light and Wisdom ...
Richard Lloyd Cederberg
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|This one is spot on and as my two granddaughters approach the three year old mark I have already heard a lot of this knowledge expressed by them as well. You gotta love kids, they are beautiful and so is this write CJ. Did you get my message?
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
This reminded me of some sagacious advice I received when I was a teenager, by a trusted and older mentor..
" If I only knew then.....What I know now "...
You are such a natural and spontaneous writer, who freely gives of her soul to her readership..
Five stars for you from me..lol
Love and Hugs
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|An adorable write CJ!
My little one just turned 3, as well as my grandaughter too!
Yeah, I know...God has a sense of humor! If you replace all your "I" with "My" thats how my daughter talks! So cute! Her new swear word is "Freak n'egg" Smiles!
I love this write...so close to home!
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Reviewed by Rusty Daily
|Oh CJ, this has to be one of your all time, all time best. The humor and truth of a three year old rings out in this one. And, I did learn something from it, you know, squishing the worms. lol