There was also 'The Farmer wants a wife. Someone stood in the middle of the circle and then chose one of the others hand-joined and circling to be the wife. Then the wife wants a child.

Another person picked. Then the child wanted a nurse and the nurse wanted a dog. The dog wanted a bone. Whoever was nominated the bone was then patted - hopefully not hit by the other children. The Opies did an enormous service to our cultural history in preserving so many of these LP) and more.

Yes, it is Downunder's heritage too! I was lucky enough to hear Iona Opie talk in London and, when she discovered I was from Downunder, she had some very searching questions for me too.

The Lore and Language book is fascinating - all writers for children need to read it! Am singing that right now In and out the dusty bluebells Who knows? Carol have no idea where it comes from I'm afraid Oh I remember Susie!

And I still recall the day my daughters sang a very rude version of Daisy Daisy - enough to make my splutter on my cornflakes and know I ought to reprimand them but was finding it too difficult not to laugh.

I asked them recently what the rhyme was but both were too embarrassed by it to tell me! In Ontario it Bluebells - I love coffee - I love tea I love the boys and the boys love me! Make of that what you will We sang the bubble car one too as a skipping rhyme, except we said bumper car, bumper car. I love that hair. My hubby was a redhead as a child.

I was hoping for redheads. Oh well!! Have a wonderful day. She looks beautiful! Good job Jackie. You are right. She is beautiful. She has the most lovely hair color. And I just love the flowers! I still love these cutie patootie photos of Hailey!

She is so precious!! And tell her thanks for feeding my "fish"! Oh my goodness! PS Give that cute kitty a cuddle from me. Welcome, Yolanda Elizabet, and thank you for those thoughtful and very kind comments. So much of what I grow in my garden has been informed by happy memories of people who have made a big impression in my life, as well as those unforgettable first sightings of particular flowers.

I like to think I am rounding the circle by sowing seeds, thinning them out, potting them up and planting them on, watching them bloom, taking photographs of them, and finally sitting down to paint them, either in situ en plein air, or, in inclement weather, indoors from the photographs.

Then I make little cards of the paintings to give to family and friends. Taz is LP) very attached to me now. He jumps up on the kitchen table and snuggles his head under my chin and purrs like a motor-bike! Welcome, bimbimbie, and thank you for introducing yourself.

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  1. Blue Bells. Cockle shells. Evvie ivy over. I like coffee, I like tea, I like the boys and the boys like me! Yes no maybe so, repeated over and over until the jumper misses. Author: Unknown. If you are the copyright holder of this poem and it was submitted by one of our users without your consent, please contact us here and we will be happy to.

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  3. Blue Bells, Cockle Shells Share on Facebook. This rhyme was for beginners who could not jump in while the rope was swinging over and over (Swing the rope back and forth, not over) Blue bells, cockle shell. Easy ivy over (swing rope over head on over and continue in normal rope swing).

  4. Lyrics Bluebells, cockle shells. Eevie eivie over, Bluebells, cockle shells. Eevie eivie over. Game In partners, students stand facing each other, holding both hands. They swing arms in time to the music and, on each “eevie eivie over” they duck under one pair of arms. Children may do a complete rotation each time to return Bluebells Read More».

  5. Feb 16,  · Now, growing up, we would sing "Bluebells, cockle shells, eevy, ivy, overhead" while two people were swinging the rope side to side. On the word "overhead" the twirlers would make the rope go over and we would keep jumping while chanting: Some kids growing up would follow the sung part with this instead: Game: 1. Children in groups of.

  6. In some versions of this game they simply keep repeating, "Blue bells, cockleshells, eevy, ivy, over." ***** Jean Carter sent us this version: Bluebells cockleshell Eevy ivy over, My mother said I never should Play with the gypsies in the wood, If I did she would say Naughty little girl go away.

  7. Bluebells, Cockleshells Jump Rope Song. Bluebells, cockleshells, Eevie ivy over, Here comes the teacher with a big fat stick; I wonder what she's got for Arithmetic? 1 + 1, 2; 2 + 2, 4. Now it's time for Spelling. Spell cat, c-a-t; Spell rat, r-a-t. Now it's time for History. George Washington never told a lie So he went around the corn-eeeer.

  8. Jun 12,  · Blue Bells. Bluebells, cockle shells, Eevie, ivy, over; I like coffee, I like tea; I like the boys, and the boys like me. Tell your mother to hold her tongue; She had a fellow when she was young. Tell your father to do the same; He had a girl and he changed her name.

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