I’m two! I’m two!
Look-it, Mommy, what I can do.
I can build a tower 10 blocks high.
I can point out an airplane, high in the sky.
I love to read books, roll my trains on their tracks.
Though I haven’t quite figured out jumping jacks.
But a summersault or drop-sit, you bet I can do!
It’s amazing the things you can do when you’re two!
I love to help clean and keep the house neat.
I’m learning to use my new potty seat.
I can sing “Twinkle Twinkle” and my “ABCs”.
I always keep Band-Aids right here on my knees.
I’m usually giggly and smiling a lot.
I like to be happy, but sometimes I’m not.
Sometimes I’m cranky and I get really mad.
I want what I want and I want it so bad!
Sometimes I’m naughty. I yell and I shout.
I get put in the corner then try to get out.
I wiggle and squirm and fight my way free.
I’ll get in less trouble some day, you will see.
I ask lots of questions. I want to know why.
If I jump off the couch, why can’t I fly?
Why do fish swim? Why do birds sing?
Why can’t I hang upside down on this swing?
I’m rough and I’m tumble. I’m faster than fast.
I never stop running. I hate to be last.
I love to throw balls and hit with a bat.
I pretend I’m a pitcher in my baseball hat.
I go, go, go, go. I don’t like to stop.
I want to play more. I’ll play ‘till I drop.
And when the day ends and I must go to sleep,
I can put on my jammies and help brush my teeth.
When all books are read, I’ll rock in the chair.
I’ll snuggle up close… twirl a lock of your hair.
I’ll dream of all the great things I can be.
Imagine the fun we will have when I’m three!