AT length there was a pitter- patter, pitter-patter, and some bits of mortar fell from the wall above.
Once or twice I heard a faint pitter-patter like the feet of the dog going hither and thither on the sand far below me, and there were more birdlike sounds, but that was all.
Sarah Roffe, team manager, said: “It’s wonderful to hear the pitter-patter of tiny, spotty Malayan tapir feet again for only the second time ever in the zoo’s long history.
Come December 26, the city’s malls will pave the way for the pitter-patter of thousands of feet as the month-long extravaganza transforms the city with pop-up fashion shows, fireworks displays, and mega sales.
Safe and warm inside their tent at the end of a long day’s travelling, the happy campers quickly settle down to sleep, listening to the gentle pitter-patter of rain and looking forward to what the next day brings.
These are the things that make dreamy Canadian pop star Shawn Mendes’ heart go pitter-patter about J.K.
Long after putting down this book, I can still hear the pitter-patter echoes of Rubashov’s footsteps, idle but frantic, worn out but restless, going back and forth in his cell.
Vicky, who enlisted Say Yes to the Dress’s David Emanuel to help her choose THREE wedding dresses for her big day next year – says the pair hope to hear the pitter-patter of tiny paws.
It’s catching Another Strictly star expecting the pitter-patter of tiny feet is Brendan Cole.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her family is enjoying the pitter-patter of tiny feet – after they took in a pet hamster.
I’d love to see them walk down the aisle and hear the pitter-patter of wee ginger babies’ feet.
Raindrops THE pitter-patter of the rain Bouncing off my windowsill Splashing on my window Making such a din The sky is dark and overcast Filled with menacing clouds Suddenly a clap of thunder That sounded very loud The rain now heavier As it crashes off the ground A flash of lighting Cuts through the clouds A path of light against the dark sky More thunder rattles nearby Will the storm blow over?