5 thoughts on “Toddler Tracks I

  1. Bev says:

    Yesterday (spent mostly with grandparents till dinnertime) he was identifying the “flowers” on the tablecloth and saying they’re “pretty”. And at the Raes’ he was resolutely putting the clothes pegs back into the basket (while Oscar was periodically dumping them out) and saying emphatically, “IN!” He’s good with “bus”, too – the school bus passed us twice, going and coming.

  2. Emily says:

    Aw, I haven’t heard him say Pretty yet! Awesome! (When he sees my flower necklace, all he says is “blah!” 😉 )

    I’m embarrassed to be immortalized on the interweb as attempting to peddle conformism to a baby in the guise of rock-a-stack loading! Fortunately is his own man and would not be induced to fit the mold.

    The River Run pamphlet in fact has both Mama and Dada on the cover, which is pretty awesome. And I can’t really argue with his ruling; they do both look a lot like Di and Sean!

  3. diblog says:

    Yeah, we taught him “in” in the hopes we wouldn’t always have to pick up everything…

    And emi, don’t worry – I tried to get him to do the right order too. It’s just that we’re old and have lost elasticity. Not our fault we’re conformists. 🙂

  4. Cambridge Aunties says:

    we thought he also said “i do it!” about 1:07 into the video clip.
    pretty cool and he gets extra kudos for being an independent thinker despite his well-meaning relatives.

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