My new favorite O-isms.

January 5, 2010 at 11:27 am | Posted in Mensa (aka: my kid's brilliant | 9 Comments

Because I LOVE hearing him talk…

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This morning, over the monitor: “Hi puppy! Hi bear!” [rattling bear] “Have bink, bear!”

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In response to my instruction to go get bear to bring with him to school: [Scooping up TWO bear blankets] “Bring TWO! BEAR! YAY!”

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When asked what a shark says, he sings the theme from Jaws.

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[Pointing to his Dr. Seuss book, Hop on Pop]: “No Pat NO! No Hop on Pop!”

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When walking downstairs: “Mommy. Hand on rail. I help.”

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When seeing the Christmas tree every morning: “Petty wights ON! One… two… free… four… fibe… sic… TEN!”

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When asked if he’s ready for bed after milk and books: “Bed. Beenket. Puppy. Bear. Yes.”

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Have I mentioned how how lucky I am lately?

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  1. That is hilarious, M hums the Jaws theme whenever he sees a shark, too! He has a little squirter shark in the tub and I would put it under the bubbles and make it swim to him while I hummed the Jaws theme. Now when asked what the shark says he hums it. I’m glad my kid isn’t the only one on the planet that thinks the shark says “duhduh duhduh duhduhduhduh…”

  2. SO cute!

    I wish I would have wrote more of my favorite sayings of Miss O.’s when she was little…

  3. So much fun! The communication thing just keeps getting better and better!

  4. OMG, those are EXCELLENT! 🙂

  5. Too cute. I can’t wait to be as lucky.

  6. OMGah-so flippin’ cute.

  7. Och, I love toddlerese.

  8. Man, your kid is verbal! And smart! My Fuss loves to talk, but it’s not as clear as all that and she can only count to 2 or 3 without prompting! And they’re the same age.

  9. 🙂

    Bea


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