Little Baby Bum | Song About Trucks | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | Songs for Kids


(whimsical chimes) – [Narrator] Little Baby Bum. (playful music) ♫ Trucks, trucks, trucks ♫ Well they’re so very cool ♫ Carry lots of things ♫ Like people and tools ♫ Listen to the engine ♫ Sounds so loud ♫ Look at the huge wheels
as they turn around ♫ Trucks, trucks, trucks ♫ They smell of oil ♫ They carry lots of things ♫ Like rocks and soil ♫ Press the red button ♫ The dumping of the stuff ♫ Out come the rocks ♫ Wow, so cool, yeah ♫ Trucks, trucks, trucks ♫ Well they’re so very cool ♫ Carry lots of people and lots of tools ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ You’re my friend so I always be there ♫ Being kind and helpful is to really care ♫ If you need my help, just ask ♫ You come first and never last ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ If you fall then I
will pick you right up ♫ If you cry then I
will try to cheer you up ♫ Friends help each other out ♫ That’s what friends are all about ♫ If you fall then I
will pick you right up ♫ When you’re sick in bed
and feeling oh so blue ♫ I will help you get
to feeling better soon ♫ I will bring you things you need ♫ Make you comfortable indeed ♫ When you’re sick, I’ll
help you feel better soon ♫ When you need someone
to talk to, I’ll be here ♫ If you need someone
to talk to, never fear ♫ I will listen any day to
the things you want to say ♫ When you need someone
to talk to, I’ll be here ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ Being kind and helpful is to really care ♫ If you need my help, just ask ♫ You come first and never last ♫ You’re my friend so I
will always be there ♫ (playful music) ♫ One, two, three, four, five ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ Coming, ready or not ♫ Count one to 10 without a peak ♫ You go hide and then I seek ♫ Where you’d go ♫ Where you’d hide ♫ You’re not in the places I tried ♫ I look over here ♫ I look over there ♫ I look up and down and everywhere ♫ You’re good at this ♫ Where did you go ♫ Are you here ♫ Yes, yes, yes, no ♫ One, two, three, four, five, ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ Coming, ready or not ♫ Count one to 10 without a peak ♫ You go hide and then I seek ♫ Where you’d go ♫ Where’d you hide ♫ You’re not in the places I tried ♫ I look over here ♫ I look over there ♫ I look up and down and everywhere ♫ You’re good at this ♫ Where did you go ♫ Are you here ♫ Yes, yes, yes, no ♫ (playful music) ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for the time ♫ Let’s find three so easily ♫ Count to three over and over ♫ Let’s find a little green clover ♫ There it is ♫ Can you believe ♫ One and two and yes, three leaves ♫ Up and next it’s the triangle ♫ With three sides and three angles ♫ Some sides are short, some are long ♫ If you count three,
you’re right, not wrong. ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for the time ♫ Let’s find three so easily ♫ Have you ever seen a tricycle ♫ It’s like a three-wheeled bicycle ♫ One wheel at the front
and two at the back ♫ If you count them all,
you’ve got the knack ♫ Now don’t forget about
the three little kittens ♫ The naughty cats who lost their mittens ♫ Here they are, can you see ♫ Count them with me ♫ One, two, three ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for the time ♫ Let’s find three so easily ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, measure and pour ♫ Five, six, whisk and mix ♫ Seven, eight, bake the cake ♫ Nine, 10, in the oven ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, measure and pour ♫ Five, six, whisk and mix ♫ Seven, eight, pipe the cake ♫ Nine, 10, do it again ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, fill and pour ♫ Five, six, spoon to lick ♫ Seven, eight, eat the cake ♫ Nine, 10, yum mm mm ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ Little dog, little dog ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ And his name was Bingo ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Mia went, Mia went ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Bingo was sure to go ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ Little dog, little dog ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ And his name was Bingo ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Mia went, Mia went ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Bingo was sure to go ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ What’s that sound, what’s that sound ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ All through the town ♫ The cars then let the firetruck through ♫ Firetruck through, firetruck through ♫ The cars then let the firetruck through ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree
says meow, meow, meow ♫ Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow ♫ The cat in the tree
says meow, meow, meow ♫ All through the town ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ Please don’t move, please don’t move ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ Been rescued, been rescued ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ All through the town ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ Now cheering, now cheering ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ All through the town ♫ (playful music) ♫ Jack Sprat could eat no fat ♫ His wife eat could eat no lean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked
the platter clean ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked
the platter clean ♫ Jack Sprat could eat no fat ♫ His wife could eat no lean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked
the platter clean ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ And so between them both, you see ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ They licked the platter clean ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Mary, Mary, quite contrary ♫ How does your garden grow ♫ With silver bells, and cockle shells ♫ And pretty maids all in a row ♫ Mary, Mary, quite contrary ♫ How does your garden grow ♫ With gold roses and pink posies ♫ And pretty maids all in a row ♫ Mary, Mary, quite contrary ♫ How does your garden grow ♫ With large daisies for all the bees ♫ And pretty maids all in a row ♫ (playful music) ♫ Boing boing, bounce bounce ♫ Jump jump, pounce pounce ♫ Spin around, touch the ground ♫ Tap your knees, then make these sounds ♫ Boo boo, hee hee, boo boo, hee hee ♫ Baa baa, bi bi, baa baa, bi bi ♫ Come and count, one, two, three ♫ Then play you and me ♫ Boing boing, bounce bounce ♫ Jump jump, pounce pounce ♫ Spin around, touch the ground ♫ Tap your knees, then make these sounds ♫ Boo boo, hee hee, boo boo, hee hee ♫ Baa baa, bi bi, baa baa, bi bi ♫ Come and count, one, two, three ♫ Then play you and me ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ One and two fish ♫ Three and four fish ♫ Five and six fish ♫ Seven and eight fish ♫ Nine fish ♫ 10 fish ♫ Yeah ♫ Big and little fish ♫ Gills and scales ♫ Colorful, fun fish ♫ Fins and tails ♫ One and two fish ♫ Three and four fish ♫ Five and six fish ♫ Seven and eight fish ♫ Nine fish ♫ 10 fish ♫ Yeah ♫ (playful music) – [Girl] Okay, are you ready for some fun? ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Kick your legs ♫ And turn around ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Kick your legs ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Like you just don’t care ♫ Again! ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Kick your legs ♫ And turn around ♫ Jump up ♫ Jump down ♫ Jump here ♫ Jump there ♫ Kick your legs ♫ Wave your arms ♫ Like you just don’t care ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Four right angles,
four corners and sides ♫ It looks like a square,
but it’s much more wide ♫ Each side looks the
same as the one across ♫ They’re called parallel lines ♫ Now don’t lost ♫ Chocolate bars are rectangles ♫ Windows and doors are rectangles ♫ Books and magazines are rectangles ♫ Can you find some
more rectangles with me (twanging springs) (rapid beeps) (twanging) ♫ Four right angles,
four corners and sides ♫ It looks like a square,
but it’s much more wide ♫ Each side looks the
same as the one across ♫ They’re called parallel lines ♫ Now don’t get lost ♫ Chocolate bars are rectangles ♫ Windows and doors are rectangles ♫ Books and magazines are rectangles ♫ Can you find some more
rectangles with me ♫ (upbeat music) ♫ One, two ♫ Three, four ♫ Five, six ♫ Seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ Yeah ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ One little, two little, three little ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ Yeah ♫ 10, nine ♫ Eight, seven ♫ Six, five ♫ Four, three, two, one ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Give me an S, S ♫ Give me an E, E ♫ Give me a V, V ♫ Give me an E, E ♫ Give me an N, N ♫ What have you got ♫ Seven ♫ Yes ♫ See seven cats on seven gates ♫ Seven bowls with seven plates ♫ Seven feet and seven skates ♫ The number seven is great ♫ Seven monkeys in seven trees ♫ Seven whales in the Seven Seas ♫ Seven locks and seven keys ♫ Seven if you please ♫ (upbeat music) ♫ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday from Little Baby Bum ♫ Happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday from Little Baby Bum ♫ Happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♫ Happy birthday from Little Baby Bum ♫ Happy birthday, happy birthday ♫ Happy birthday to you ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Two little dickie
birds sitting on a wall ♫ One named Peter, one named Paul ♫ Fly away, Peter ♫ Fly away, Paul ♫ Come back, Peter ♫ Come back, Paul ♫ Into the garden the little birds go ♫ Looking for worms that hide down low ♫ Peter can’t catch one ♫ Neither can Paul ♫ Back home, Peter ♫ Back home, Paul ♫ Two little dickie
birds sitting on a wall ♫ One named Peter, one named Paul ♫ Fly away, Peter ♫ Fly away, Paul ♫ Come back, Peter ♫ Come back, Paul ♫ (gentle music) ♫ We really, really love spring ♫ Spring brings lots of new things ♫ New flowers, cute baby lambs ♫ Bees are buzzing, clap your hands ♫ Summertime means ice creams ♫ Beaches, holidays, lovely things ♫ Blue skies, smiling sun ♫ Swimming in the pool, lots of fun ♫ In fall, the leaves turn brown ♫ Then they fall down to the ground ♫ Lots of birds then fly away ♫ But they’ll come back another day ♫ In wintertime, it’s very cold ♫ Build a snowman, grab some coal ♫ Snowball fights and sledding too ♫ Wintertime is fun for you ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ There’s the bus, there’s the bus ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ What a long queue, what a long queue ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ All through the town ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ Come along, come along ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ All through the town ♫ The little ducks they run around ♫ Run around, run around ♫ The little ducks they run around ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ Catch the ducks, catch the ducks ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ All through the town ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ Move again, move again ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ All through the town ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One fast car so blue and bright ♫ One jet airplane taking flight ♫ One big tugboat on the lake ♫ And one long train, train, train ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One juicy orange that tastes so great ♫ One yellow banana on my plate ♫ One sweet apple I love to eat ♫ And one ripe strawberry ♫ (playful music) ♫ The little blue whale
with the little blue tail ♫ With the blue tail, with the blue tail ♫ Can you see the blue
whale in the big blue sea ♫ Swimming so merrily ♫ The little blue bird
flies high in the blue sky ♫ In the blue sky, in the blue sky ♫ Can you see the blue
bird flying in the breeze ♫ Flying so merrily ♫ The little blue frog
hops with the blue flea ♫ From the tree, from the tree ♫ Can you see the blue friends
hopping one, two, three ♫ Hopping so merrily ♫ (playful music) ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever you ever
see an ant climbing a plant ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a duck in pickup truck ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a fly wearing a tie ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Down by the bay ♫ Where the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home ♫ I dare not go ♫ For if I do ♫ My mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a cat wearing a hat ♫ Down by the bay ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Let’s all talk about the number four ♫ That’s one and two plus another two more ♫ Four, four sounds like a football score ♫ And the little panda has four paws ♫ Knock, knock on door number four ♫ Four colored pencils so you can draw ♫ A rectangle, diamond, rhombus or more ♫ Shapes with sides one, two, three, four ♫ Four legs on a table,
four wheels on a car ♫ Without these four you wouldn’t go far ♫ Four sides to a yummy mm chocolate bar ♫ Four’s everywhere, hip hip hurrah ♫ Now it’s your turn to find all the fours ♫ Untie and then check all your drawers ♫ ‘Cause everywhere
you’ll see more and more ♫ The fantastic and useful number four ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ There was a crooked man
and he walked a crooked mile ♫ He found a crooked
sixpence upon a crooked stile ♫ He bought a crooked cat ♫ Which caught a crooked mouse ♫ And they all lived together
in a little crooked house ♫ There was a crooked man
and he walked a crooked mile ♫ He found a crooked
sixpence upon a crooked stile ♫ He bought a crooked cat ♫ Which caught a crooked mouse ♫ And they all lived together
in a little crooked house ♫ They ate a crooked dinner
on a very crooked table ♫ And came a crooked horse
from a crooked stable ♫ They all had crooked dishes ♫ In many crooked stiles ♫ And after every bite ♫ Each had a crooked smile ♫ ♫ Day ♫ Night ♫ Day ♫ Night ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There’s family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bedtime ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars they twinkle in the sky ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There’s family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bedtime ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars they twinkle in the sky ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
diddle, diddle, dumpling ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
diddle, diddle, dumpling ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ (lighthearted music) – Hello, do you know how
many fingers you have? Let’s count them. ♫ One little, two little,
three little fingers ♫ Four little, five
little, six little fingers ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little fingers ♫ 10 little fingers ♫ One little, two little,
three little fingers ♫ Four little, five
little, six little fingers ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little fingers ♫ 10 little fingers ♫ One little, two little,
three little fingers ♫ Four little, five
little, six little fingers ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little fingers ♫ 10 little fingers ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ Friendly tiger says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ Elephant he says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ The lovely panda says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ Eeny meeny miny moe, eeny meeny miny moe ♫ The swinging monkey says hello ♫ Hello, hello, hello ♫ (playful music) ♫ One, two ♫ Three, four, five, six ♫ Marbles rolling down the hill ♫ Let’s follow them ♫ It will be a thrill ♫ Six birds are watching up above ♫ And can you see six
flowers with six bees buzzing ♫ Six, six, what a magical number ♫ See six ants marching on a cucumber ♫ That’s six, six dogs chasing a Frisbee ♫ It must be a six number day ♫ Six marbles rolling down the hill ♫ Let’s follow them ♫ It will be a thrill ♫ Six birds are watching up above ♫ And can you see six
flowers with six bees buzzing ♫ Six, six, what a magical number ♫ See six ants marching on a cucumber ♫ That’s six, six dogs chasing a Frisbee ♫ It must be a six number day ♫ (gentle music) ♫ Roses are red ♫ Violets are blue ♫ Sugar is sweet ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ Yes, it’s true ♫ I love you ♫ Roses are red ♫ Violets are blue ♫ Sugar is sweet ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ And so are you ♫ Yes, it’s true ♫ I love you ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ Solomon Grundy ♫ School on a Monday ♫ Dancing on Tuesday ♫ Painting on Wednesday ♫ Biking on Thursday ♫ Shopping on Friday ♫ Scooter on Saturday ♫ Playing on Sunday ♫ That’s another tale of Solomon Grundy ♫ Solomon Grundy ♫ School on a Monday ♫ Dancing on Tuesday ♫ Painting on Wednesday ♫ Biking on Thursday ♫ Shopping on Friday ♫ Scooter on Saturday ♫ Playing on Sunday ♫ That’s another tale of Solomon Grundy ♫ (lighthearted music) ♫ There was a man lived in the moon ♫ Lived in the moon, lived in the moon ♫ There was a man lived in the moon ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And he played upon a
ladle, a ladle, a ladle ♫ And he played upon a ladle ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And his hat was made
of good cream cheese ♫ Of good cream cheese,
of good cream cheese ♫ And his hat was made
of good cream cheese ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And he played upon a
ladle, a ladle, a ladle ♫ And he played upon a ladle ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And his belt was made from sausages ♫ From sausages, from sausages ♫ And his belt was made from sausages ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ And he played upon a
ladle, a ladle, a ladle ♫ And he played upon a ladle ♫ And his name was Aiken Drum ♫ (gentle music) ♫ At night the moon comes out to play ♫ The sun has finished for the day ♫ Now it’s late and very dark ♫ The moon shines bright across the park ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon,
moon, moon ♫ Sometimes the moon is a crescent ♫ And sometimes it is round ♫ It grows bigger and then smaller ♫ Every month we have found ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon,
moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon ♫ (playful music) ♫ To market, to market to buy a big cake ♫ Mm ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-bake ♫ To market, to market to buy a cute dog (dog barking) ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-jog ♫ To market, to market to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done ♫ To market, to market to buy a big cake ♫ Mm ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-bake ♫ To market, to market to buy a cute dog (dog barking) ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-jog ♫ To market, to market to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done ♫ (playful music) ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ (gentle music) – [Voiceover] Hello, I’m Thumbkin. I’m Bunter. ♫ Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Mia ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play ♫ Where is Pointer, where is Pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Jacus ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Run and hide, run and hide ♫ Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Polly ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Run away, run away ♫ Where is Pointer, where is Pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Johnny ♫ Very well, why thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play ♫ (lighthearted music) – [Narrator] For more great
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6 thoughts on “Little Baby Bum | Song About Trucks | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | Songs for Kids

  1. Roses are red,
    Violets are blue,
    Trucks are cool,
    And so are you.

  2. my TWIN BOYS LOVE THIS…THEIR LITTLE FACES WHILE WATCHING IT….XXXXXX

  3. My baby very loves this video he always cry for it then we put it on and he never stop crying and he is watching it now👏👏👏👍👍👍👶🏼🤟🏽🤟🏽

  4. My Sun absolutely loves baby bum. He immediately focuses on the tv and dance and plays along. He's only one. Thanks

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