Let me set the stage for this one... We were eating dinner yesterday. Natalie had gotten a muffin with sprinkles as part of her dinner (don't worry, she ate about two bites of that and a whole plate full of fresh pinapple...). For some reason, she loves the sprinkles. But after a while, they usually end up spread evenly across the dinner table and under her chair.
So, after we all finished eating, Natalie started singing songs for us. First, she was singing:
"The people on the bus go up and down, up and down, up and down, the people on the bus go up and down, all thru the town". And all the while she was showing us with her whole body how they were going up and down.
The next verse was:
The sprinkles on the bus goes "put them on the floor"
"Put them on the floor, put them on the floor"
The sprinkles on the bus goes "put them on the floor" - all thru the town.
- And all the while she was "helping" clean up by wiping all the remaining sprinkles down on the floor, all very matter-of-fact-ly...
I guess I should have taken the opportunity to teach her not to put the sprinkles on the floor on purpose, but I was too busy laughing!
Of course, she helped sweep the floor afterwards, but that's a whole other story!