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baby squirrel

Baby squirrel was first born
On both sides of the family
Grandmas wanted to hold him constantly
A bit of a rivalry developed
Why didn’t you have twins? One accused her daughter.
I tried, she replied, but it did not happen this time.
I had quads, her mother said.
I had six in my litters, said her mother-in-law
Competition on.
Baby squirrel winked at his mother.
He liked being the only one.

Copyright © Caren Krutsinger | Year Posted 2024


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