i LOVE his baby accent. acks! so cute.
Oh, man. I'm sending this to Billy. (Seriously)
omg, you should, giulia! the poem is so, so beautiful. "you are the bread and the knife. you will always be the bread and the knife." i die!
He's gonna love it. Just sent. Tell Toby to to sleep now. (ha)Susan (on Giulia the Cat's behalf)
Wow. Just wow.
yaiii The accent!! so cute and gorgeous...love,Beny Ricardo Sadewohttp://showoffdotnu.blogspot.com/
oh my gosh i just forwarded this to all my fellow literary geeks... thanks for sharing, absolutely LOVE this kid! :)
This is SO insane, isn't it?!? I said to my friends that he should be on the commercial for that "Teach Your Baby to Read" system!
love this! and i love all this baby talk ;) xx, shari spearmintbaby.com
I don't understand how he memorizes that! But i love his casual beautiful delivery.
What an incredible kid. I don't have children yet.(Engaged) I am already hoping I'll have a child as bright and astute as this little guy I saw this video last Friday via http://forme-foryou.com/ and loved it.Happy to see this cute little fella around the web.
So cute! Check this out: A frnech four year old making up her own epic fairy tale! Baby speaking french is just the cutest!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM35grvNkss&NR=1*s*
I cannot believe you posted this video! I know this family (and they are all smart and talented)! My husband and the father of this three year old were classmates!What a sweetie.
omg i cant stop watching this video!!
@Katie- you know this family? That is so awesome! And Joanna, I love that you call it baby accents. Awesome!
this is absolutely incredible. it makes you realize what children are capable of. such strong words and intelligent phrasing from an innocent vessel, how can you resist?
This is incredible! OMG...I was in shock watching it.......He is soooooo cute!I want to watch it over and over again...hahahaKisses,Joanna
OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I am just smiling from ear to ear!! I am a Poet, but I never heard that Poem before. How wonderful that the first time I hear it is from the mouth of a little heart-bending Poet like him. I also know that no matter how many times I hear it henceforth it will never feel the same again. :-)
AHHHHH!!! I've never heard the poem before, but that little kid is absolutely incredible.Congrats on your first Highchair Critics post, Joanna! I'd say it was a success! :)
Kids are much smarter than we think and they feel what's going on around them. That's why it's so important to talk to them, even if they don't speak so much when they are tiny. That's how they develop a feeling for language.
so cute!!my 3.5 year old sings "Waltzing Matlida" - she's obsessed with rugby.the sweetest part is when she says "billy boil" - it gets me every time.
so so cute!!! http://www.pinkpeonieswithlove.blogspot.com
i'll be watching this all day!!! his inflection is the best, especially at the very end. "the bread and the knife" xo!
wow.. this is amazing! what a heart breaker!
Well I know how I'll be teaching my kids to read! Also, I loved the Highchair Critics post - as someone without kids, it truly tugged on my heart strings and was a pleasure to read!Becca
this is amazing, and so so cute! maybe this will be Toby in three years!
Wow. I'm not even sure I could memorize that...not to mention while playing with toys.So cute:)
i was totally in need of a spirit lift and you came through, as always. thank you.
He is so darn cute and so smart! His accent is adorable!
Every child has a wonderful talent (even its just making you smile on a bad day), but this sure is rare. Thanks for sharing!
he actually has intonation and gusto when he recites this! this just pulls on my heart strings...
I love it! the pauses he takes in between the lines..aww and his sweet voice. My congrats to the lucky parents. they have done a good job of raising him!Now I will have to google this poem...
You are the bread and the knife, the crystal goblet and the wine. You are the dew on the morning grass and the burning wheel of the sun. You are the white apron of the bakerand the marsh birds suddenly in flight.However, you are not the wind in the orchard,the plums on the counter, or the house of cards. And you are certainly not the pine-scented air. There is just no way you are the pine-scented air. It is possible that you are the fish under the bridge, maybe even the pigeon on the general's head, but you are not even closeto being the field of cornflowers at dusk. And a quick look in the mirror will showthat you are neither the boots in the cornernor the boat asleep in its boathouse. It might interest you to know, speaking of the plentiful imagery of the world, that I am the sound of rain on the roof. I also happen to be the shooting star, the evening paper blowing down an alley, and the basket of chestnuts on the kitchen table.I am also the moon in the treesand the blind woman's tea cup.But don't worry, I am not the bread and the knife. You are still the bread and the knife.You will always be the bread and the knife,not to mention the crystal goblet and--somehow-- the wine.
no way, katie! what a small world!! his mom sounds so lovely on the video.
so beautiful to see the poem written out, Croatian_Latina, thank you!
a charmer indeed, love this!!!!!
Found this gem a couple days ago. Not sure if you've seen? More cute toddlers. Meet Capucine, the big-eyed little french girl. So adorable.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM35grvNkssBest,Anna
OH GOODNESS! It's too cute!! I can't stand it!
oh my!! i just melted completely, what a cutie!! the baby accent...swoon!
I love this! So cute! Makes you wish you should be so lucky as to have such intelligent children. Any response from the poet himself yet? PS. I've started recapping our wedding over at my own blog before I submit it at other websites. Feel free to pop by and have a gander.
This is utterly amazing! :)
You'll also enjoy this one :) It's amazing how this 21-month-old girl knows all the states in the US by looking at the name of their capital... I don't know how she does that, children her age are just starting to speak!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrLMkxhCmQA
Oh. My. Goodness!!
Oh, this is one of my favorite poems, and i think this is the favorite time i have ever heard it! thanks for posting it!
not sure why, but this makes me want to cry, i actually am a little. in a good way! he is amazing and beautiful. thanks for sharing this! now i'm going to!
oh my goodness...i have an english degree and that just made my heart swell. he is too sweet and he is reciting an incredible piece of poetry. he just kills me when he says..."but don't worry - you are still the bread and the wine"<3 brilliant. thank you for sharing.
AH. Solidly the cutest thing I've seen in YEARS.
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