Saturday, April 30, 2005

It's the little things in life

My daughter has a favorite stuffed animal which is a frog. When she says frog, the 'r' is silent, the 'o' sounds more like a 'u', and the 'g' is pronounced 'k". So, she's walking around this evening holding her favorite stuff frog saying 'f#ck mommy, f#ck' over and over again. Hubby and I just look at each other and start cracking up.

Don't even get me started on the silent 'r' in shirt.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We have just gotten over the hurdle of the silent S's in "spoon" and "juice". Spoons were Deklan's favorite thing there for awhile, too. Kelly was so proud.

Before we had kids, we learned that it's very important sometimes to be the interpreter for your children. We were at a birthday party for someone else's kids and a little boy was there playing with a toy car. He kept on saying, "That's some bad a$$ on there". Finally, his father overheard the play, came over and quickly told us, "The word is ACTION."

We've found ourselves doing similar things now. :)