July 25, 2006

Where does an only child learn these things?

Since I could see this happening in the VWBug household, I thought I'd post it here...

I came home from grocery shopping and placed a few items on the kitchen counter and some on the table. My 2-year-old son gravitated toward one particular bag on the table -- one with puffy popcorn-like things. Very excitedly, he raised the bag in my direction.

"Popcorn, Mommy!"

"Yes, you can have some later," I responded.

He got down from the kitchen chair, bag in hand and announced "I go ask Daddy..... Goodbye Mommy!"

Little stinker!

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Posted by: Tink at July 25, 2006 05:11 PM

How does an only child learn these things? Remember when your mother cursed you, "I hope you have a child just like you!" It's part and parcel of that prophecy.

Posted by: Mrs_Who at July 25, 2006 09:29 PM

:-) I had an older sister showing me the ropes & how to work the Mom vs. Dad thing!

Posted by: Marie at July 26, 2006 07:52 AM