Saturday, February 14, 2009

The things they say...

Leah likes to keep count of the various missayings of the lovely Miss A, and I don't usually do this, but the other day, I realised Bryn is consistently transporting "n"s found in the middle of words at the end of the word he's saying...

For example, "poisonous" becomes "poisedon", everything he doesn't like the taste of is met with a, "I tan't eat that, mommy, it's poisedon!"

And the other day, he was telling me how at creche he shared an "oragen" with another child (that would be be an orange to regular folks)...

For those of you wondering when your three and four year olds will stop TALKING SO MUCH, let me tell you that, at 9.5, Erik is still suffering the dreaded "verbal diarrhea". Mind you, now the conversations are getting FAR more interesting. Today it was, "Dad, what's enlightenment?" Cool, answer that Dave, in 25 words or less (i.e. before his eyes glaze over and he asks you if it's possible to dream you're a Pokemon and then wake up with Pokemon powers)...

1 comment:

Leah said...

love oragen! if audrey said that that's what we'd call them forever lol

You should record them, we are so sad when she starts pronouncing things correctly LOL Actually you've prompted me to jot a couple more down. They are too thin on the ground these days lol

Teenagers and the failing parent...