One of the things about me that my daughter in law Emily finds highly amusing is my awesome talent at making realistic animal sounds. With nine grandchildren this talent is used a lot and is particularly handy when it comes to singing 'Old MacDonald Had a Farm". I have no problem showing this talent off and I can be very dramatic when it comes to the animal sounds (you should hear my elephant).
Last week I took one of my little grandsons to the Early Years Centre (a government sponsored drop in centre for children up to age six) and met up with Brittany and her two kids. Just before lunch it was circle time and we gathered to sing some action songs. The facilitator changed it up this week and added 'Old MacDonald' to the repertoire. I was disappointed when the first animal chosen by one of the kids was a horse (I haven't got that one down yet). As we sang the second round the facilitator paused as we came to the part "and on his farm he had a ......" a little girl next to me shouted out cow and the facilitator continued "E-I-E-I-O , with a... and that is when I bellowed out a loud, deep moooooooo while everyone else said "oink".