The 12 Days of Christmas Like You've Never Seen Them

>> Friday, December 17, 2010

A few weeks ago, I went a bit nuts again, and decided it was time that my bloggy-friends and I all blogged on the same topic again.  This time, though, I was going to make sure to pin the blame (and the job of hosting the challenge) on another blogger.  If the plan is a resounding success, of course I will produce my emails and chat sessions and claim lots of credit.  If the plan bombs ... well ... it's on @jterziett's page, not mine, right?

But, seriously (if that is even possible), please check out Juliette's blog, where she is writing her version of The 12 Days of Christmas, and where several (hopefully lots) of our fellow bloggers will be posting their links about their version of The 12 Days of Christmas.

In the meantime, I give you MY version of The 12 Days of Christmas.  Pay attention.  You might learn something you didn't know before.

On the first day of Christmas
My true love gave to me
A hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the second day of Christmas
My true love gave to me
Two trees to decorate
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the third day of Christmas
My true love gave to me
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,

And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the fourth day of Christmas
My true love gave to me
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.]

On the fifth day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the sixth day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.
On the seventh day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
A freaky Thursday snowstorm,
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the eight day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
Eight singing Christmas toys,
A freaky Thursday snowstorm,
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the ninth day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
My car in the shop,

Eight singing Christmas toys,
A freaky Thursday snowstorm,
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the tenth day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
A ten-hour sleep deficit,
My car in the shop,
Eight singing Christmas toys,
A freaky Thursday snowstorm,
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the eleventh day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
A school plague of pink eye,
A ten-hour sleep deficit,
My car in the shop,
Eight singing Christmas toys,
A freaky Thursday snowstorm,
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

On the twelfth day of Christmas

My true love gave to me
Twelve rooms to clean,
A school plague of pink eye,
A ten-hour sleep deficit,
My car in the shop,
Eight singing Christmas toys,
A freaky Thursday snowstorm,
Six broken ornaments,
A baby due in spring,
Forty people to shop for,
Three anxious cats,
Two trees to decorate,
And a hyperactive 3 year old boy.

3 comments:

Heather December 17, 2010 at 9:18 AM  

CUTE!

well, except that bit about pink eye...yikes!

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kailexness December 17, 2010 at 11:31 AM  

BABY! Did the lady say she's gonna be having a baby! Wow! Congrats Mrs. *wanders off singing 'here we go again... Just when I was begining to get my life together'* LOL but lovely news

Niff and Andy December 18, 2010 at 9:54 AM  

That's awesome. :oD

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