My 3 year old son has the vocabulary of a grown man. He regularly blurts things out that completely crack us up. You’ll find some of his antics here along with mis-adventures of my daughter, husband and of course, myself.
Here are a few laughs from the recent past:
~ My older daughter Maya was quizzing me on astronomy. I answered ‘meteorite’ to one of her questions, and Addy hollered, “No! Meteor-LEFT!”
~ In the thick of football season, my little guy had learned our Eagles chant. “E! L! D! D! E! L! P! G! Go EAGLES!”
~ Recently my little guy, now 3.5yo, wanted to get out the paints. I told him that we couldn’t paint right now since I was in the middle of something, because he needs supervision. He thought about it for a minute, turned to me and waved an imaginary magic wand. He blurted, “Zap! Now YOU have super vision.”
~ Last week we made chicken on the grill. Addy spotted it on the counter and asked what was all over it. I told him it was seasoning. He said, “But I don’t LIKE sneez-ning!”. I told him neither do we.
~ A while back we had Addy’s 3rd year checkup. Once we got to the exam room there was a doctor’s stool on wheels. Addy climbed on up on it, sat down and said he was the doctor. So I asked him a few questions as if I was a patient and then I asked him what he was doing next. He said, “I’m going to a meeting with other little doctors like me”.
~ My husband Charles was walking around without his shirt on the other day. Addy asked, “Daddy, are you going commando?”
~ The other day I bought a pineapple. Addy spotted it and asked if he could have some. I told him we had to wait for it to ripen. He waited 2 seconds and said, “Is it ready now?”. I said no, not yet. Two seconds later he asked, “How about now?”