You Learn Something New Every Day

Yesterday Claudia mastered a new phrase – “I do it myself.”

Yesterday Ian learned a new word – “tampon”.

They haven’t even been two years old for two weeks yet. I can’t even imagine what this year will bring, but I’m getting the feeling that the boy is going to be the one that teaches all the other pre-schoolers bad words.

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  1. Recently, my twins learned “Go away,” a favorite to use when an adult enters the room in the midst of twins getting into something on the forbidden list.

  2. oh god, I hear “I do it” or “Me do” 10,000,000,000 times day and 9,999,997 times it ends in some catastropic disaster.

    Mira felt the need to tell her teacher 2 weeks ago “my mommy wears tampons”

    le sigh

  3. I’m having flashbacks to Kindergarten cop. Anyone remember the little kid?

  4. Too cute. Reminds me of that commercial where the kid is playing with Mom’s Monistat in his dump truck, and vrooms right into the room where her and her friends are sitting. You wait ’till pre-school starts hunny! LOL!

  5. I do it myself is my arch nemisis.

    I do it myself actually makes me want to get back in bed and pull the covers over my head.

  6. “Noooooooooo! Daddy help me not Mamma!” makes me want to cringe in fear. That usually ends up messy and the ugly cry comes out.

    My 3.5 yr old says “Well, FINE, take my movie (treat, toy, etc) then! I don’t want it!” then proceeds to have the largest and loudest screamfest this neighborhood has ever heard. It’s fun.

    (Right now he and his 2yr old cousin and 1yr old sister are jumping on the bed upstairs and I asked “Are you jumping on the bed?” and I get back “No Mamma, you don’t want to see, don’t look please Mamma, PUHLEASE” See why I fear to sleep?

  7. ha! don’t let Ian see this photo of Monkey Boy!

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