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My little motor-mouth will
Always talk, her voice is her favorite sound
Chatty-Kathy's got nothing on this
Kid in the red-framed glasses who's always
Excited when Daddy's home from work,
No part of her day is too small for
Zealous discussion, with an exhausted father.
I know I'm distracted too much, munchkin, but
Even so I love you with all my heart

Smile if you're stupid,
laugh if you understand.

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The following comments are for "Ms. Chatterbox"
by Bartleby

Bart's Little motormouth
I can just see her running to you with such entusiasm to share ever little thing in her very busy world......she is beautiful. And Dad is lucky to have her.....a nice poem, one of many I am sure ....


( Posted by: Dareva [Member] On: October 9, 2004 )

Chatty Cathy
Hey husband had one of those too! lol
He always threatened to cut the cord off the back, but decided life would be too dull without it!

Love, Grandma Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: October 9, 2004 )

Bart, this is one of the most adorable poems I have ever read. I can feel your love for you little girl shining through. Wonderful! I have a "Mr.Chatterbox" He is 12, I am always looking for his "off" button. Wouldn't trade him for the world. :0)


( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: October 9, 2004 )

This is such a sweet glimpse into your life. I love this. Those of us with our own "Mackenzies" can soooo relate to this. Very cool!!

( Posted by: arc [Member] On: October 9, 2004 )

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