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WHERE'iIDYOU COME ;EROM, BABY;DEAR?
In the morning two little girls, with, touseled. brown-hair and
wonderbus blue, eyes, came softly creeping-to-.mother's room.
"Sh-e-e, husjf! Is bFuddie-awake?'
"Yes, children, bruddie is awake and you may cpmejn.,"
Gently they open a tiny crack in thexdoor and peek 'in at the
crib where-lies the wonder of- wonders, soberly' counting the rose
buds in the wall. paper overhead. .'. , ,'
"Where did you. come from, 'baby dear?"'
The innocent children sincerely ask the question that the hoary
ages have failed to answer. - "
Mother, jjuqfjng the sage, answered: ." .
"Out of the Nowhere, into Here."
What .infinite, holy love binds the hearts of . little children !
Baby bruddie is a Hying, fairy; his blinking moist 'eyes, his soft pink
lips, his cute- Ht'tle nose tipped up at the end so saucily, his dmpled
hands and twnkIing,ro"sy toes they are the greatest of all the mys
teries that appeal folftl;le sisters at the question age.'-
And whenhelajughs arid" mutters "gooigoo," it is as if the
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