Why, yes she can! While our darling and loquacious toddler was talking and playing with her grandparents, this little conversation occurred: Toddler: "This is problematic." Grandma: "What does problematic mean?" Toddler: "It's problematic if you don't know what problematic means."
We read a lot around here - daddy, mommy, Toddler, and Baby (well, she flips through the books and hears me read to Toddler - we don't actually read to her much yet ... I gotta get on that, actually). Toddler has memorized probably 100 books because we've read them so much. (Her memory is … Continue reading I’m Raising a Budding Writer! (She Says With a Grin)
Some people claim their most creative thoughts come in the shower. For my 3yo toddler, her free-flowing ideas arrive as her, erm, poop is flowing (though she's usually talking nonstop). Yep - I get stories that weave books she's read, conversations we've had, and songs she sings. They are insanely creative, rambling, circuitous, and abundantly … Continue reading Apparently Ideas Flow When My Toddler’s Poop Does, Too
I've decided that babies should really learn German as their first language - you know, that language that mixes up the verb and noun order (from English's norm) and puts multiple nouns and adjectives together to form really big words ... because a great example of what comes out of my toddler's mouth is, "Anna … Continue reading Das ist eine word, ja mama? #toddlertalk #babysfirstphrases
Forget baby babble - I'm pretty sure that's Parseltongue my little girl is speaking.