Tuesday, October 9, 2007

My 4 year old just called me "Sweetie"

Yeah, you read that right. The Politician just called me "Sweetie". He was telling me about being hungry, and I said, "Sweetie, you can't be hungry- we just ate!" And he said, "But, Sweetie, I want some ice cream!"

He is picking up everything I say and it is hilarious. He starts his sentences with "Probably" or "Actually" and he just started saying "You know" at the end of his sentences. But it's a little out of context, so that makes it even funnier. "I need my socks on, you know."

And Mr. Sasha has convinced him that "Stupid" is a bad word and The Politician gets onto me at least once a day for saying it. Isn't that stupid?

But I totally discovered he likes tostadas so that's one more thing he can eat for dinner. Score.

He also was making up words again and telling me they were Spanish today. He told me "van" in Spanish is "vano" and I really don't think that's true......


Kate said...

Kelly once told me she learned the spanish word for sandwich so, being a good mom and all, I asked what it was. Now with a totally straight face she said, "El Sandweech" I still ask her if she wants "el sandweech" for lunch

Rebecca said...

My little one is very into using "Probably and actually" (usually in the wrong context as well). Although I usually get "honey" instead of sweetie!

Hilarious blog. Keep it up!