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Thursday, March 26, 2009

It's just too cute when they don't get it

One of our morning rituals is waving good-bye. Every morning Mike takes Sarah to school and Nathan MUST go out on the front porch to see them off.

The other day, as they drove out of the driveway, he yelled:

"Bye alligator!"

"See you soon crocodile!"

He'll get it one of these days, but I'm not sure I really want him to.

Because that was just way too cute.


Anonymous said...

How cute! When I taught Special Ed to three year olds, we had a very structured snack time where we not only had a snack, but we practiced our manners, waiting for our friends, washing hands, etc. I had this little guy, Jamal, who, when it was his job to pass out the napkins, would say (he had a little stutter) in this high, little 3 1/2 year old voice, "Y-y-y-you weh." It was the best, because he was sincere, even if it wasn't "correct." Over the rest of that year and the next, he got to the point where he could say, "You're welcome." But it wasn't as endearing. :)

Anonymous said...

That is cute! It is great that your children love each other so much.