I don’t know if it’s that they’ve been saying more funny things, or if it’s just because I’m blogging regularly that I’m catching and remembering them more faithfully, but I have a stockpile of funnies jotted down. Such as…
Amelie’s way of saying “upside down” – “up see down!”. So so cute.
Or when we had a conversation about being punished if they chose to do a certain action again. To make sure my point got across I asked Amelie, “And what will happen if you do this again?”
She replies, “We are going to get punched.”
Lia has been working on a new interjection of her own choosing. And she has chosen “shucks” to complement her formerly acquired “oh my goodness”.
But it took me a few days to figure out what she was trying to say because she rarely manages to get it right. The most common variations are “stucks”, “stocks”, and “shocks”.
I think that muttering “shocks” under her breath is terribly funny and haven’t bothered to correct her.