Bore a Hole Bore a Hole

Chitter and Chatter I have another question for you today. It comes from Margie Bocko. “I have a nine month old grandson. He is at that age that doesn’t like to get a diaper change. The other day I remembered a rhyme my mother used to use to calm the children. The rhyme went, while rotating your finger over their tummy moving downward, Bore a hole, bore a hole, stick a pig, and you poke their tummy. It still works.…

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