Little Fish has lots of little tunes these days.
"Bob the builder, can we fix it?
Bob the builder, yes we can.
Bob the builder, can we fix it?
Bob the builder, no actually he can't."
And this morning:
"Everybody do this, do this, do this
Everybody do this, just like me.
Everybody do this, do this, do this
Everybody do this HEY STOP COPYING ME!"
I'm assuming "Happy Birthday to you, smelly bogeys and poo" is just another version doing the rounds of the school playgrounds, but the first two are her own little tweaks I'm sure.
Meanwhile, another beautiful but useless school photograph. Hands wonderfully posed, an enchantingly wistful half smile on her face, hair and teeth immaculate and shining. And a great shiny flash bulb reflection across her glasses. I don't get it - why can I, untrained, with a cheap camera, take photos without catching the reflection, but those trained photographers can't? Or do they just not think it's important?