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Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Sad song Christmas is dead don't drink and drive - balloon sent to heaven with children's message to parents

Little child artist Snowflake and I (Sharon J. Bainbridge) created the lyrics to the song Christmas is dead don't drink and drive. Snowflake came up with No presents from Mum, No presents from Dad, which I think are brilliant lyrics. Snowflakes Daddy, Jakson Lee, created the Melody and his voice is simply beautiful. I hope to get a video of them singing the song together as a duet. This is a school homework project. See video of Jakson Lee singing the song live:



Quick update: Last night we recorded little Snowflake (child artist) singing her song Christmas is dead don't drink and drive. I am so proud of her, not only is she a great little artist who can draw amazing pictures, but she also has a beautiful little voice like her Daddy Jakson Lee. Qualifications are not everything, some people are just born gifted, we need to embrace that and take the pressure off children:



Here is little Snowflakes artwork, I love the balloons she has created with the messages to heaven sent by Holly an Sam to their parents. Thanks to Monica, Snowflakes friends Mum for giving me the idea of the balloons. She sends messages to her Mum and their pet dog every year, which I find so touching and would make a wonderful story.


Here are the lyrics to Christmas is dead don't drink and drive (sad Christmas song)

Holly and Sam
Tears in their eyes
No Mum and Dad
Christmas is sad
No presents from Mum
No presents from Dad
No love for them
Christmas is dead
Balloon to the sky
Sparkles and shines
Tear drops alive
Don't drink and drive
We miss you Mum
We miss you Dad
No love for us
Christmas is DEAD

Stay safe this Christmas for your children's sake. My Nan was an orphan and had a very sad life. Children need their Mum's and Dad's more than you know. Have a wonderful Christmas and long happy life! Lucky for me Jakson Lee does not drink.

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Sunday, 28 November 2010

How to train a dragon Toothless the dragon mask handmade by Sharon J. Bainbridge and worn by Snowflake from Butterfly Lullaby

I have been meaning to put this handmade Toothless the dragon mask on my Butterfly Lullaby blog for ages. Snowflake was even tempted to wear it to her Halloween party. But we had one missing thing, and that was the costume to go with it. If I was not working I would have been able to make her the costume, but sadly life as a Mum (Mom) is far from easy, especially if your partner plays online X-Box.



Snowflake is expecting a Toothless the Dragon huge soft toy. On my salary I cannot afford to buy her one of those, so I have no option but to try and make one and somehow find the time to do it. It seriously makes me laugh the way some men expect women to work, cook, clean, do the garden and look after the kids while they sit back relax and play their stupid online X-Box. I am one pee ed off Mummy! But one day I will earn from Butterfly Lullaby and then this little dragon will breathe fire!

Later today I hope to add a You Tube video of little Snowflake the little child artist drawing Toothless the dragon. For all you struggling Mum's (Mom's) out their that are taken for granted. Fight back, don't be a doormat, I am going to fight tooth and nail to get the life my child and I deserve.

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