I got home from work tonight and Erin told me that Ady was being adamant about being her Princess instead of her baby. It's funny how kids are when they have a problem pronouncing their words. As parents I think we often forget the cute funny things our children say when they are learning to speak. Erin asked Ady what she was and she said "Mommy's Princess", well she meant it at least, she said "Mommy's fishes". It was so funny. I tried to get her to say it right, but she was laughing so hard herself that it kept coming out "Mommy's fishes".
Finally, I asked, "who calls you fishes"
She answered "Quack, quack, quack"
After another good laugh Erin said, "You better watch out the duck will eat you"
and she responded quickly with "Eat my toes".
All things that to her make perfect sense but I can't figure out for the life of me.
After the laughter died down, she moved on and started playing with a book. I thought it was funny enough to write it up, and while I was writing she had a few more.
She was looking at a Disney book and said "I see Poopies", she meant "I see Pooh Bear".
Then she quickly followed with "Shake your bootie", whch means "sleeping beauty"
I've laughed harder in the last 15 minutes than I have in the past 2 or three weeks, it's been great. I hope the hilarity of it cheered you as much as it did me.