Saturday, November 8, 2008

Il Etait Une Fois......(or Once Upon a Time)


Once upon a time... from Capucha on Vimeo.

A breathtaking story by Capucine. Starring baby monkeys lost in frightening trees, a witch, crocodiles, a tiger, a "popotamus" and a lion, and even a "tremendously very bad mammoth".

This is just ONE of the reasons I'd like to have lots of French babies! And also one of the reasons that I will probably hang out at the park in Paris, all creepy-spinster-like, when I go there in three weeks.

9 comments:

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

Cutest thing ever, the baby speaking french. And you are so lucky you get to go there.

Steve and Jenn Fletcher said...

Wow...the time is flying. I can't believe it's almost Thanksgiving! You're gonna be there in no time.

Take lots of cool pictures, please.

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

OHMYGOSH, can I please clone this little girl? Normally I'm totally against cloning, but if I can have one just like her, I'd make an exception. Absolutely adorable...

And yes, D'Arcy, you MUST teach your children to speak fluent French and tell wondrous little stories that they're making up while they're speaking. I loved this! SO sweet! (You're trying to convince me to have more babies, aren't you?! Between this video and adorable Theo, I don't think Hubster stands a CHANCE!!!) LOL!!

Hey, It's Ansley said...

Cutie! I always thought French kids were so smart since they could already speak so well.

Kristan said...

Oh dear lord, I want one. Or two.

(Here via phhhst.)

Kate Lord Brown said...

Not 'creepy spinster like' (non, non, NON!) - in the park think beautiful young single American artist, (who will be swept off feet by perfect Frenchman, and have scores of beautiful photogenic toddlers who say 'ippo to keep all of us 'appy!) Is it Paris you are going to? *sighs* You know the Madeline books? Big favourite of the six year old x

smiles4u said...

Sweetest thing to watch! I am so excited for you and your upcoming trip. Look forward to seeing pictures and hearing all about it!

D'Arcy said...

The Frenchman's name has to be Olivier (pronounced O-liv-ee-ay)....it's just always been my dream!

D'Arcy said...

Madeline books are some of my favorite too!