I started to sing "Lullabye, and goodnight" and could only get past those 3 words...what comes after that first line?? "na, na na na...na na na"
I think I remember my mom singing Rock-a-Bye-Baby, Hush Little Baby, and All the Pretty Horses when I was growing up. But I think I only fully remember the lyrics to Rock-a-Bye-Baby:
"Rock-a-bye baby on the treetop, when the wind blows, the cradle will rock. When the bow breaks, the cradle will fall, and down will come baby, cradle and all"
Babycenter recommends the following lullabies, and I will be brushing up on these lyrics asap!:
One thing I love is that Chris's mom used to sing "I Wonder What the King is Doing Tonight" from Camelot to Chris when he was younger. It's a totally random song and actually one I had never heard before, but Chris can still sing it word for word, and it's pretty much the most adorable thing ever. (#chrisdonthatemeforsharingthat)
I want there to be 1 or 2 key songs that my child will one-day say "My mom used to sing that to me all the time" and still be able to know the whole song 30 years from now.
What songs do/did/will you sing to your baby? What do you remember being sung to you when you were little? Give me some good suggestions so I can brush up on my baby songs!