The Monkey and The Baby

You naughty little monkey!
Why did you pinch my nose?
Why did you slap my lips?
Instead of giving loving kisses?

You’re jumping up and down my bed
Like a wild monkey on the loose
You’re spilling milk all over the floor
And still can manage to smile at me?

Your big black eyes are very bright
Your brown hair covers your bumpy forehead
Your red lips, oh, those are mine!
Your eight little teeth resemble a small chainsaw

My little baby, you’re not a monkey!
You are a doll, an angel that God sent to me
We can play all day until you’re ten
By that time, mommy will be older and cannot run after you