Level of tiredness: Arguing grammar and linguistics with a 4-year-old. Continue reading
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Destroy: Mommy, watch! My Donald Duck dived.
Me: Good job, Donald. Good dive.
Destroy: He dived, Mommy!
Me: He dove.
Destroy: He dove? He didnâ€™t dive?
Me: He did dive. But we say dove when he already did it.
Search: My guys are on boards.
Me: What letter is that board?
Search: S FOR SEARCH!
Me: Good job! How many â€œSâ€s do you have?
Me: Thatâ€™s right!
Search: And this is a A!
Destroy: Apple! A for apple!
Destroy: And bacado.
Search: No, thatâ€™s B for bear.
Me: Well honey, Destroyâ€™s actually right. Itâ€™s avocado. But good sound listening for â€œB.â€
Destroy: Daddy, watch my Donald dove now.
Jon: Dive. Heâ€™s going to dive.
Destroy: No. Heâ€™s doving.
Search: No Daddy, that not Tricia. Thatâ€™s Mommy.
Me: He dives, sweetie. If he jumps right now, he dives. If he jumped yesterday, he dove.
Destroy: Mommy said dove. Donald doves.
August is National Breastfeeding Month (or so my Facebook tells me) so I thought what better than to titillate you with a post about boobs. (Pun totally intended.)