Oh My Words

Oh My Words

Let me break down to you the mind of a three-year-old. Take a two-year-old and add a shitload of words. There you have it! My son is a piece of work that’s constantly growing and evolving. Every single day he shows me that he knows more that I think he knows AND his vocabulary is expanding. So, wrap your brain around having a two-year-old that can pretty much speak in complete sentences and has no issue telling you what is on his mind.

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Filter smilter, this little guy has an opinion on everything. Below are some of the most used phrases in my house these days…

“Not this one, that one”

“I don’t like it”

“I don’t want to clean up, I want to play”

“I want this one”

“No thank you” (the rare polite phrase)

“Daddy, come look at this”

“It’s all done now”

“Can I have some milk and can you warm it?” (What in the parenting world???)

“_________ hit me” (oh yeah, 3-year-olds tell it all)

“Daddy, can I have some of your candy?” (since he was a toddler, we both have not eaten in peace-don’t even believe it exists)

“What you got?” (this is usually asked when he sees you with a plate and or bowl)

“Can I have some?” (this of course follows next)

“Is it dark time yet?”

“Is that your Gatorade?”

“Daddy I’m hungry can you fix me something to eat?”

 

 

Author:

Critical Thinker