|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|a sweet write CJ
beatiful for children
Peace be with you
Love & Peace
|Reviewed by Londis Carpenter
|How true...awsome write by an awsome writer of childrens rhymes.|
|Reviewed by J M
|This is so well done a blankie the comforter in early age. Beautiful Work CJ
Been gone back to review.....
|Reviewed by Randall Barfield
|good tribute to blankie some lines must be read quite fast and the others not so fast could be your intention. cheers|
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|What a delightful poem...my children were never without their blankies.
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Blankies are wonderful, as is your poem.|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Awwww, just like Linus...|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|That is just too cute!|
|Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
|These 'blankies' are the best gifts to give at baby showers, 'tho new moms don't know it at the time. Have never known a baby not to have their favorite blankie, no matter how worn!
CJ, you always write such memorable children's poems, that even we 'aunties' can relate to...love 'em!!!
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|First I have to say Yes, Rusty! I love my "throws," especially the electric one and especially the patchwork quilt one and especially the one with Psalm 23 written on it...see what I mean? I just love my blankies.
Great, sweet poem, C.J. I can see my dear little brother Patty with thumb in mouth and blankie in hand. Thanks for the memories.
|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|CJ...it was such a sweet moment when my older son Matthew gave his blankie to his baby brother...and what i loved even more that each of them had a tendancy to go for the little satin miteres corners which they called the "best piece". The thing is still in shreds in the linen closet...I wonder who will lay claim when and if they ever get married and have kids?? I agree with Jerry, you do these so well. I may have to ask for lessons sometime!
Love and Hugsss,
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|A delightful write CJ. Loved it.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|You do these so good . . . Thank God somebody can, because I would be lost trying to make these make sense . . . But you do . . .|
|Reviewed by Laura Mayer
|Good memories here, my kids always had a teddy with them. My husband had a blankie till he was twelve!lol, hugs and happy holidays to you and yours. Laura|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|So cute CJ! Do you know...not one of mine wanted a blankie...just good ole' ninny! HA!
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp (Reader)
|So precious Cj..Merry Christmas!!
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|I've seen children like this, and this poem should make them happy. You are always excellent with these poems. Victor|
|Reviewed by Michael Mathieu
|Memories of this is always good.Thanks for the write.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Sweet write, and thank you for finding and sharing with us CJ, hope all is well with you and yours.
|Reviewed by April Pittman
|This was cute.|
|Reviewed by Tactfully Naive
|We called our tartan shawls. They were laid out on the grass for us to picnic upon, mother wrapped us in them when we were babies, women threw them over their heads to nip from one house to the next on a rainy day, we covered ourselves with them on the couch in cold nights and, all 22 feet of it was wrapped around the men as kilts in days of yore!
One word is all your poems need to press my nostalgia button, C.J.
|Reviewed by Rusty Daily
|CJ, your poetry always gives me flashbacks. It's good we have you here to refresh those somewhat faded memories. I've found that grownups have blankies too. When you get older they're called afgans. It's the price of growing up.