Thursday, September 4, 2008

The Sweet Little Things D Says

It's unbelievable how grown up my little D is getting. His vocabulary is growing everyday! And everyday he is talking more and more. Its amazing how much he talks - nonstop from the time he gets up until the time he goes to bed. And seriously, he talks himself to sleep every night. And he repeats absolutely everything. Bad and big words alike.

Last weekend, my daughter M had a friend stay overnight for the first time ever! She is usually hot to go to someone else's house to get away from us ;) So it was a special event. And I had to try really hard to be on my best behavior language wise. I have a horrible potty mouth. I'm trying to work on that anyway, because of D's repeating... I did a great job with her friend over and only slipped up once. But what happened at the dinner table?

D: Ass, ass, ass...
M: Is he saying what I think he's saying? (cheeks turning red)
Me: Oh no, he's talking about the letter S.
D: (right on cue) D, d, d, d.
That's my boy :)

Our conversation 5 minutes ago...
D: Are you pooping? (he says this when he's pooping).
Me: Do you want to go poop on the potty?
D: No! I.. just.. pooping.... Need diaper change. Need diaper change.

He calls his Iowa Hawkeyes coat his brain coat. ;)

And Birthday Cake? It's birday cake woo-hoo! Want some birday cake woo-hoo! We think he got that from "Open Season." They call those chocolate bars woo-hoos.

Milk is moo. Want some moo cup. More moo cup. I'm sure because we have called it moo juice. He used to say moo ba for a bottle :)

We all had some Birthday cake woo-hoo last night to celebrate D's Birthday! Thank you all for your happy birthday wishes :)


mamatutwo said...

You have a potty mouth? I would really never guess that!

Jenn said...

You too? I am really bad but really try not to on my blog because some goody goody might drop dead if they read it. I never swear around other people's kids but my own hear it some and not one of them ever repeated anything bad. Now that the girls are older I still never hear them do it ,they know what they can not say in front of adults and never have so I'm glad .

Anonymous said...

LOL Sometimes it's a great thing that only Mommy can understand what they're saying. Will had a very minor bit of trouble saying truck. It came out sounding like suck. That got us a lot of looks.

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Anonymous said...

*L* Love the parrot stage. Good luck with your mouth. Mine has embarrassed me on a few occasions with my daughter. It's lovely when they choose to copy when there are others around.

Suzie said...

My baby is still in the grunting stage. I acnt wait to hear that little voice. Then Ill probobly need a little break from it :)

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