Well, hi there!

It’s really Springtime! It may not fully feel like it yet – but it’s here, along with Passover, Easter and Spring Break!!

 Both Passover and Easter begin this coming weekend – so I figured it was fitting to put out both an Easter and a Passover song this week. We’ve got Peter Cottontail to hop and sing-along to, and we’ve got “Where is Baby Moses” that we can do the motions to and easily sing-along with.

The religious stories that accompany both of these holidays are pretty intense and a bit too much for our little ones. So in this case I focused on the Easter Bunny side of things for those of us who celebrate Easter – and for those who celebrate Passover I focused on Baby Moses, which tells the most bare bones version of the story. In fact, it pretty much skips almost the whole Passover story – lol! But it’s a fun action song with lots of imagery and I find that the kids can really latch onto this one.

So, without further ado, here is video number one – Peter Cottontail:

And video number two, “Where Is Baby Moses”:

(I’ll paste the lyrics below for both songs in case you need to them….)

Whatever you celebrate, I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend and/or Spring Break!

Sending you all lots of love and I’ll see you next Tuesday!

xoxo Miss Nina

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LYRICS for PETER COTTONTAIL by Walter E. Rollins and Steve Neon

 Here comes Peter Cottontail hoppin’ down the bunny trail
Hippity hoppity Easter’s on its way
Bringing every girl and boy baskets full of Easter joy
Things to make your Easter bright and gay
He’s got jelly beans for Tommy
Colored eggs for sister Sue
There’s an orchid for your Mommy
And an Easter bonnet too
 Here comes Peter Cottontail hopping down the bunny trail
Hippity hoppity Easter’s on it’s way!
LYRICS for WHERE IS BABY MOSES?
Where is baby Moses, Moses, Moses?
Where is baby Moses, on the river Nile?
He’s floating in a basket, a basket, a basket.
He’s floating in a basket on the River Nile.
The princess she went swimming, swimming swimming,
The princess she went swimming, on the River Nile.
She found the baby Moses, Moses, Moses,
she found the baby Moses on the River Nile.
She took him to the palace, the palace, the palace
she took him to the palace on the River Nile.
There the baby grew up, grew up, grew up
there the baby grew up on the River Nile.
He saved the Jewish people, people, people
He saved the Jewish people, on the river Nile.