Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Warmed Heart Week 23

Alliteration.

Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers.

Alliteration.

I love it.

Our youngest Granddaughter, Mo, was here over the weekend.   We found ourselves doing silly alliteration over everything.

Alliteration.

Awwwwww.

Lovely Lingering Lingo.

 
 

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5 comments:

Susan Anderson said...

We have fun with alliteration, too. We crack ourselves up.

=)

Betty said...

Oh yes, I can remember reciting Peter Pepper as a child. Sounds like you had fun! Take care Jenny...Betty

Gallery Juana said...

That is a fun game! It's great to get off the devices and back to old school fun and games.

Jim said...

I like your doing alliterations with the granddaughter, Jenny. I may try that with our youngest granddaughter (six). She wasn't too much into rhyming.
When I do the 'Peter Piper' thing, I say "Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Purple Peppers" as you can't have pickled peppers until you pick them and do the cooking.
I never did understand why it was the pickled ones they picked. Maybe picked out of a box?
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Su-sieee! Mac said...

Thinking things tongue-ties the thinking. Something like that. :-)