Musings and Other Nonsense - Children's Stories, Poems and Songs

Christmas Breakfast

December 21, 2020 Peter G. Reynolds Episode 15
Musings and Other Nonsense - Children's Stories, Poems and Songs
Christmas Breakfast
Show Notes Transcript

A child plans to make the greatest breakfast his parents have ever had for Christmas. There's just one problem. Well, maybe more than one. Find out in this whimsical Christmas tale. Perfect for Christmas morning or any morning you're  feeling very hungry.

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This episode is called Christmas Breakfast

I’m making Christmas Breakfast
For my mom and dad.
It will be the greatest breakfast 
That they have even had.

I’ll start them off with pancakes,
Waffles and a crepe.
I’ll top it off with peaches,
And a single grape. 

Next, they’ll have eggs benedict,
Drowned in hollandaise.
Then 10 slices of bacon. 
They will be amazed!

Toad in the hole, cheesy grits,
Hash brown and French Toast, 
Sausages and a ham steak;
Things they love the most.

They’ll never eat another meal.
That will be my goal.
But to be on the safe side,
I’ll bake a cinnamon roll.

But wait there’s just one problem.
Well, maybe three or four.
I’m too young to use the stove,
Or open the oven door!

I’m not allowed to use a knife,
Oh, what am I to do?
I guess instead I’ll make them
A bowl of cereal. For two.

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See you next time and Happy Holidays!