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You'd think after DH was home for about 10 days for spring break, he'd have a greater understanding of what DD is saying... but nope, I'm still translating for him To me, it's as clear as day. To others, it's a whole other language, thus I am bilingual!
__________________ Gwynne, so thankful for our precious miracles, with #4 coming soon! Hat's off to Jaidynsmum for my wonderful siggy, thank you!
It definitely is fun! 2 of the most favorite things my older son said was he called his battery powered motorcycle his "go-go-go" and a helicopter was a "da-da-da". One day he kept telling hubby he wanted his go-go-go and he had NO IDEA what he was talking about.
There are many times DH and I will just look at each other after DS says something like, "Did you get that?" If we both didn't, we just nod, smile and say "YEAH!" Evan isn't too pleased with that response though. He likes for us to repeat what he says back to him, so he'll just keep spouting the gibberish over and over until we repeat something similar back.
We got a first tonight. I was sitting in the floor and he came up to my side, put his cheek against mine and his arms around my neck, start patting me. Then he pulled his sweet little face around to mine and said "I wan tissis" and gave me a kiss smack on my mouth. So I figured out he said "I want kisses". Oh. My. GOSH. If he didn't have my wrapped around his pinky he does now.