It Must Be Her Father’s DNA

I am admittedly a curmudgeon sometimes…especially when it comes to certain holidays. But NOT when it comes to Christmas. I love practically everything about it. Especially the music.

I’m not ashamed to admit that I start playing Christmas music the day after Halloween and  I hang on through most of the month of January. I have an extensive collection of holiday music on my iPod playlist. (Which reminds me, stay tuned for my Christmas Mix Tape, coming soon.) Old classics, kids songs, Michael Buble, modern pop holiday hits, Michael Buble, alternative versions of the old stand by’s, and of course…Michael Buble. You name it, it’s playing in my kitchen at any given time all season long. Naturally, you would assume that my kids would (at the very least) have the standards ingrained in their little brains by now. 

So you can imagine my shock when I heard this rendition of
 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer by my 5 year old daughter:

You heard her. She asked me to put it on the internet. So lets critique, shall we? I mean, how can that possibly be MY child. She is my mini-me in every possible way…except this. Obviously her father’s DNA is shining as bright as Rudolph’s “very special nose” here. We’ve got some serious seasonal studying to do. No pressure kiddo.


  1. Look at the “bright” side! She has the correct concept of a shiny nose and that Rudolph belongs to Santa. I’d give her points for that. And the tune was a bit recognizable I thought. It could have been so much worse. Merry Christmas Anna. Glad to hear you on the internet!

  2. I love how she says “put it on the internet!” That right there proves that she’s got your DNA too!!

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