|Always with the backwards hat.|
|Joseph: "Wadder boddle."|
Me: "No. Water fountain."
Joseph: "Wadder fountain."
He's a quick learner, that boy.
What he says: "a cuh ih up a apple" or sometimes "a cud id up a apple"
What he means: Can you cut up the apple for me, mommy?
What he says: a milk a bay Don
What he means: Milk for baby John.
|Let me show you how this works, John.|
What he says: daddy hone
What he means: Daddy's home.
What he says: a fam ... a phome ... a bims
What he means: the fan ... the phone ... the bins
|Two phones are definitely better than one.|
What he means: I don't feel like typing this out. Just go ahead and count to 20 and skip a few numbers (especially five) while you're at it :)
- Did I mention that Joseph can't seem to decide where he's from? Sometimes when he's talking I could swear I'm raising an English child (no idea where that is coming from). Other times I swear he came straight from the deep South (perhaps I have more of an accent than I thought?).
I'll end this little post with a video of me getting Joseph to say "helicopter." Seriously adorable how he says it. You know I've been exploiting this one getting him to say "hapadopdur" as much as I can.