Countdown to Christmas: Day 4 & 5

Christmas Music

Continuing my countdown to Christmas today I thought I would share some fun songs, ones that make me feel like a kid again. We will keep them both in the Alvin and the Chipmunks theme because I love those little furballs.

The first one I remember I actually could have fit to a T in 1st grade but instead of two front teeth it was my four front teeth. For some strange reason my teeth came out normally but took forever to grow back, so I kept losing teeth and just had my four front top teeth missing all at some point. Finally they did grow in but I like the song could barely wish a Merry Christmas:

Next is the Alvin & The Chipmunks Christmas songs. It was always one of my favorites growing up and is now one of my kids favorites. Christmas Don’t Be Late:

Keep coming back here until Christmas day to share in some more of my favorite Christmas songs.

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Hi! I'm Toni. I am a happily married, christian, momma of 3 living on Florida's sunny Gulf Coast. I am a lifestyle blogger and Seint Arist. I started blogging when my last child was born as a way to share my love of all things travel, cooking, beauty, recipes, and more. Now pull up a chair, grab a glass of sweet tea and let's get to know each other. I truly hope you enjoy getting A Daily Dose of Toni!


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    Love Alvin & The Chipmunks… I actually remember receiving and Alvin and the Chipmunks album when I was young as a Christmas gift. There was a TV show in 1961-1962, so I suspect that was why I got the album. It was called The Chipmunk Songbook. Boy, do I wish I had saved that stuff…
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    Lauralee Hensley

    That’s so weird, because in first grade I had my four front upper teeth fall out, and it took three months for them to come in. Everyone had a hard time understanding me when I tried to talk because my tongue had nothing to hit. I did learn to hit the front upper roof of my mouth to make most words clearer, but I still got teased really bad. Even my parents would sing, “All she wants for Christmas is her four front teeth, her four front teeth….”.
    I even remember my first grade teacher’s name Miss Bailey, because she never made fun of me.