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Cry Baby Bunting

What is this nursery rhyme about?  Who was baby bunting supposed to be?
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Cry Baby Bunting
Authored by: Anonymous on 10:48AM UTC - Saturday, 13 October 2007
Bunting is from the french bonneton which was a term of endearment for a plump healthy child , as in "a buntin brat." Hence baby bunting
Cry Baby Bunting
Authored by: Michael Bunting FSG on 11:18PM UTC - Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Hi there,

I am  sorry to do this but you need to write to Jerry Green, our Webmaster, to ask him to release his two articles from the Society Journal for which he has been the author. Perhaps even better join the Society, it's only £4pa and then you can look at the Journal items and browse all the references to Baby Bunting.

It is not a dark secret but joining helps us to keep the organisation running

Jerry may be happy to copy the information for everyone looking at your query but do become even a non member user of this site and put your name to your question. (Just for the moment I have forgotten how to do that but it is from the "Home" page.) It is nicer to reply to somone knowing their name.


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