mother goose rhymes

I need a storage solution, stat. I only have one wardrobe the size of a hamster cage and it looks like it was rejected from American IKEA. No, I can’t make do in my dorm with this STÜNKERSHÖO and the grossly unwashed shag rugs on the floor, where the rest of my clothes won’t be going. 

Criteria for recommendations is nothing that’s got some ridiculous Mother Goose nursery rhyme enchantment or whatever’s the speed. I don’t need “open sesame,” please. Get me a solid lock and key and ample storage space and I’ll buy you a coffee.

youtube recommendations for age regressors!

theres probably already one of these but i still wanted to make this! my favorites are italicized.

CookieSwirlC - toy unboxings!! super fun but theres a lot of stimuli and she can often talk fast and pitch up her voice making it very loud! be careful.

pstoyreviews - more toy unboxings! has two people and is a lot calmer but just as friendly and inviting! one of the people is an adult man though so be safe if that makes you uncomfortable

DisneyShorts - an official Disney channel with both Mickey Mouse cartoons and the new series + a few others! only warnings are for things like cartoon violence and romantic pda

Mother Goose Club - nursery rhymes! i cant think of any warnings for the videos but scopophobia warning for the header and icon!

SimpleKidsCrafts - easy, fun crafts made from stuff you can find around the house or buy for cheap! cant think of any warnings

Dollastic - more toys!! some anime merch as well though it isnt the main focus. havent watched her long enough to think of any specific warnings!

AwesomeRainbowToys - a toy channel aimed at younger audiences! it has a very small amount of talking but the person running it is an adult man.

WhatsUpMoms - this probably sounds really odd but its honestly great for kiddie diys! and the parental presence is comforting to me. Avoid the parodies as they can be iffy but the rest should be fine. Link leads to the “Play” playlist since thats what i mostly watch it for.

Houston Zoo - educational animal videos! i wasnt actually gonna add this but its been recommended on so many kids sites i thought i should, should be 100% safe but theres basically every kinda animal so id b careful if ur afraid of anything u might see at a zoo!! its kinda like a mobile trip to the zoo.

HooplaKidz How To - more diys!! lots of these are good for stimmy stuff too. no warnings i can think of. HooplaKidz has a lot of other channels too but this is the only one i watch.

Cool School - various videos but my favorite is story time where you’re read fun kid stories!! does get loud sometimes but i cant think of any other warnings.


“Mother Goose as a Suffragette” (1912)

The New York State Woman Suffrage Party was a local branch of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, which formed as the result of a national convention of suffrage groups in 1890.

In addition to protesting and organizing, the Woman Suffrage Party also published literature including magazines and pamphlets to inform suffragettes on news of the movement and recruit people to the cause.

This booklet was aimed at young and old readers alike, laying out the case for suffrage in nursery rhymes that anyone could grasp.

Eight years after this was published, the 19th Amendment was ratified, securing the right to vote for women nationwide.

Click on the pictures to make them bigger and follow the link for more rhymes!


Excited to finally share The Secret Destiny of Pixie Piper, my most recent YA novel cover from Greenwillow books, a Harper Collins imprint. Written by Annabelle Fisher. Interiors coming soon! 

This is a super cute story following 5th grader Pixie, who finds out she’s a descendant of Mother Goose. She rhymes like a pro and has to battle an evil old witch all while learning how to grow up and be a cool human. I totally loved this book, especially because she has an adorable Embden goose that wears a tiny cowboy hat. 


“Now, fairy tales are not like Mother Goose rhymes that are based on fact and real people. Fairy tales are fantasies. They’re fun to read. I read them myself every night but nobody really believes them.”

“I believe them.”

“Ha ha ha! Ooh Herman! He’s so funny! Big joke! Ooh!”

- Disney Animation: Volume 1: Mickey and the Beanstalk (1947)

Part 1