These Kids of Mine


These kids of mine they look so fine,
With a sweet smile that is so divine.
They can really be jolly but testing my patience mostly,
A little punishment for the one that is naughty.

These kids of mine they look so fine,
Messing with their toys all the time.
Oh my dearest one teaching his little brother,
My little one is like a ducky when he wiggles.

These kids of mine they look so fine,
Fighting each other all the time.
Time turns around and changed their minds,
Laughing and giggling the whole time.

These kids of mine they look so fine,
One, two, three, you better hide,
Four, five, six, seven is coming,
Eight, nine, ten, ready or not here I come.

These kids of mine they look so fine,
In their beds sleeping just fine.
They look so messy but surely looking cozy,
My little angels, my dearest treasures.

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