Saturday, 20 December 2008

It's Not Me

Kids have an answer for everything don't they?

Mine is no exception.

And as I say, there is a reason for everything.

I love they way a child's mind, or 'brayne' works, or doesn't, in this case.

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Violet said...

My daughter's stuck on the word "stickleback" for some reason. Like she'll say she's got one on her chin or something.
Little kids' brains are wonderful.

Xbox4NappyRash said...

such a teenager phrase being thrown in!

Zoeyjane said...

Actually, that was pretty damn cute. All I get lately is 'shut up, mama.'

Single Parent Dad said...

Violet - Toddler toretts needs research!

Xbox - Scary.

Zoeyjane - I get those too.

swile67 said...

I love the accent, especially when I hear children speak! Your British accent makes children sound so mature and sophisticated:) It is refreshing to hear "actually" and "brayne" instead of "huh" or "eh":)

T said...

Ok that's freakin' adorable! I love when my 3 year old says "actually".

Their new word lately is "boring"... and they have no idea what it means...

Elle Charlie said...

That's really adorable.

Ms. Single Mama said...

LOVE his little accent. My God, how fricking adorable. I could have used a little sub-title translator for yours though.


Jo Beaufoix said...

Heh heh, Miss M's been doing this recently. She's also done, 'For heavens sake', 'oh my Lord' and 'oh my goodness'. I love it. :D

Single Parent Dad said...

Swile67 - It is? Then brilliant.

T - I don't think we've had boring yet.

Elle Charlie - Thank you.

Ms Single Mama - Wot dow yow mean lyke?

Jo Beaufoix - They are so cool.

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