Saturday, April 9, 2011


My four year old is great at saying stuff that is normal, but coming out of her mouth, the way she says it, the timing, it's just so darned funny. Often times she gets mad that we're laughing at her. We're not. She just doesn't understand that she's funny.

Cheeks just came inside and said to me, "I am so. freaked. out." "By what?" I ask. "Those dad's at the park, and I don't want to go by them."* "OK, then just ride your bike."

If only I could explain somehow or find the words that would adequately describe her inflection, but I can't. It's just one of those things you have to hear in person.

I am so. freaked. out.

Where DO they get this stuff? lol

*She is very skiddish around men. Koko was this way too for a long time. Exceptions are dad, grandpas and uncles, but at the same time, she can be won over fairly easily, as I recently witnessed at the doctors office.

1 comment:

  1. That is soooo funny! It cracks me up when they learn slang and use it. My kiddo (7) was listening to hubby tell a funny story and looked at me and says "Oh, that's so awkward!" in kind of an exhasperated way. I'm not sure she really gets the idea...