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GR, that's great that she's responding like that. I wish mine had been so easily convinced. Smile

So, speaking of mine:



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They did that? What awesome kids. Big Grin

And tell us more about the mask, from where is it?


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The mask is from an old roommate. He left it in lieu of the three months rent he owed. I believe his family got it while stationed in Korea, a replica of a ceremonial something or other. Its purpose is to scare evil spirits away by guarding the front door.


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And in its free time it eats stuffies Smile


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One recent day I was preparing to breastfeed our new baby. Our 3-yr-old told me he wanted to feed the baby. I praised him for wanting to help but briefly explained why he couldn't yet, since he didn't have the necessary equipment. He pulled up his shirt to show his chest and told me he did TOO have boobies! I told him yes, he did (technically), but his and daddy's did not have milk in them for the baby like mine did. He thought about that a minute, then said he would feed the baby a sandwich then!




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Originally posted by daysleeper [if I'm lucky]:
One recent day I was preparing to breastfeed our new baby. Our 3-yr-old told me he wanted to feed the baby. I praised him for wanting to help but briefly explained why he couldn't yet, since he didn't have the necessary equipment. He pulled up his shirt to show his chest and told me he did TOO have boobies! I told him yes, he did (technically), but his and daddy's did not have milk in them for the baby like mine did. He thought about that a minute, then said he would feed the baby a sandwich then!


BWAH! That's awesome.


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Still not impressed, I see. And I love your sig line as the caption!


*implodes from the cuteness!*


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Way too cute.


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He's so adorable, Day! Smile and I love Kidlet's logic Smile

MissBoo is creeping now - she can push herself with her toes while pulling with her hands. And from the way she raises her bottom up while doing this, I suspect proper crawling is not far behind!
She can also roll from front to back and back to front... So in other words, hide everything because she wants to put it in her mouth Big Grin
We survived our first bout of teething, too. No visible teeth yet..




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I was playing a "guess the animal" game with G, with clues along the lines of "I'm thinking of an animal that is small and green and loves to jump" ("a FROG!").

G's clue for me: "I'm thinking of an animal that has big ears, a big big house, and doesn't talk."


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I love that so much! What was it?


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I was playing a "guess the animal" game with G, with clues along the lines of "I'm thinking of an animal that is small and green and loves to jump" ("a FROG!").

G's clue for me: "I'm thinking of an animal that has big ears, a big big house, and doesn't talk."

An elephant, of course - big ears, usually lives in the biggest house in the zoo, and doesn't talk, because the trunk makes it sound like it has a cold.
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"I'm thinking of an animal that has big ears, a big big house, and doesn't talk."

A snail?


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I immediately thought 'hermit elephant'!


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I'ma say a termite, or an elephant at the zoo.



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I'm going to say a whale because the whole ocean is their house, and they don't talk like us and they can hear another whale from miles away.
 
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What's incredibly small, extremely intelligent, and can do anything they set their minds to?
 
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The correct answer was "a wolf".


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DAMNIT!!! Mad
 
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