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When Meghan drinks anything she ends each sip with a Ahhhhh and MMMMmmmm. It's cute, but not exactly the most polite habit. Anyway...just a little thing that I taught her that's stuck and may not be the best habit. lol
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Lily taught Abri a bad habit, which is pretty funny. Abri was sitting in our bed the other morning. We had the tv on to check weather. DH sat up to start getting ready and Abri said "Da-ddy" in the exact same tone that Lily uses when she is happy but annoyed at him. She tried to push him back down to stay in bed. It was so funny!
Lily and Vi say "ahh" after drinking things as well...they picked it up from my mom, who that it was funny to teach them that
Lily and I play this game where we'll grab a body part (like I'll grab her nose) and pretend to eat it. Vi likes to play, but she always grabs Lily's butt and now she'll do it in public and pretend she grabbed a handful, pulled it off and then ate it It just looks all kinds of wrong.
I don't think I've taught Kolbie anything but Kaija definitely has - nose picking, nail biting, hitting, spitting...oh you know, fun stuff... And it's not really a bad habit but Kolbie picked up playing with her bellybutton when she's bored or tired from Kaija, too.
Add Riley to the "ahhhh" crowd. Thanks, Dad (mine). It is funny, though.
The bad habit that I've taught her is to pick other people's noses, I guess. I absolutely cannot stand to see boogies in her nose, so if I see one, I get it out and say "YUCK! We don't want yuckies in your nose, do we?" So now, she'll occasionally stick her finger up DH's or my brother's nose and say, "YUCK!" and hold her finger out for them to see (there's never anything there, though). DH is always getting onto me for teaching her that.
We become "ooomph" monsters and pretend to eat Charlie, so he walks around doing that to everything. Now he does it when he nurses, and we've gotten some looks in public about it!
~Beth~ Wife to my Airman Chris, and mommy to: Anthony Nathaniel (8/31/04), Anastasia Fae (8/01/06), Baby C (lost on 10/12/07), David Cillian (7/31/08), Charles George (4/29/10), and Alan Christopher (2/22/12)