Tuesday, January 24, 2006

My 2 (almost 3) Year Old

So Kaiser has a toy abmulance toy that says, "Eighty Eight, we are enroute, over." Before Kaiser presses the siren button, he says, "Idiot, we are route, O'er" David (my boyfriend) asked me why I taught him that. I DIDN'T teach him that! Meine Güte mawn, does he take me for an idiot?

But that is a little better than his toy backhoe, which he calls, "BU-oh" I thought someone taught him how to do bad name calling when he first said it to me. After I learned he was referring to his backhoe I said, "Kaiser, it's called a BACKhoe." He said, "No BU-oh".

4 comments:

Sweettooth120 said...

When my daughter was 2, she had trouble with her "tr" sounds. Whenever she said a word that began with 'tr' she would use 'f' such as fee instead of tree. We live very close to a firestation, and so you can only imagine our embarrassment whenever she saw a firetruck zoom by. Very excitely (and loudly) she would yell...look a fire_uck!

PsychoToddler said...

My son would call it a "fruck". But at least he wasn't an 88.

Sweettooth120 said...

PT - 88, Huh?

PsychoToddler said...

"Eighty Eight, we are enroute, over."

"Idiot, we are route, O'er"