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April sentences

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2016, 17:56
by mamapup
Little Croc no longer allows us to be with her while she goes to the loo. The kid who runs up the stairs shouting "don't worry, mummy, I'm coming" if she gets a sniff of me going to the loo alone.

Tonight she told me "mummy, you go downstairs and eat your supper. I'll call you when I finished... Mummy, go downstairs now".

Um, hypocrisy and instructions from my just two year old.

She's even more precocious than her brother.

Re: April sentences

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2016, 20:07
by emzit
Hehe... bless these little independent critters. If we try to stay in the loo with squish he goes 'ri-cy! Ri-cy! (privacy) and tries to shut the door in our face...

Re: April sentences

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2016, 20:58
by mamapup
Not just here there. Interesting. The puppy would love us to sit and read to him or chat while he spends hours on the loo. Such different people.

Re: April sentences

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2016, 22:35
by EnigmaFish
Here, calls of "I want privacy" are met with suspicion pq it usually means she wants to do something in the bathroom we would stop her from doing: eating the toothpaste, flushing all the loo roll, etc.

Re: April sentences

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2016, 22:56
by LucyLastic
C often asks me to hold her hand, which is in equal measures sweet and back breaking, as she's at just the wrong height.

C sat on my lap this morning and in all seriousness said "I didn't sleep very well last night, did I, because I kept waking up and opening my eyes and singing. Because I wanted to and so I did."
She didn't wake up and sing at various intervals during the night. Bless her. "Sentences" doesn''t really cover it with C these days - that girl can talk. And talk and talk. I'd start an "April Monologues" thread if I could be bothered to type it all out. Be grateful I can't, it isn't often scintillating stuff!

Re: April sentences

PostPosted: 14 Apr 2016, 09:00
by emzit

Re: April sentences

PostPosted: 14 Apr 2016, 15:43
by mamapup
Gosh, seems we have a similar pair of kids either side of the world.
The puppy would totally sit and sing to himself for that long too.