Tiny Talk Tuesday helps parents focus on one of the many joys of parenting - the funny things that our little ones (and sometimes big ones) have to say.
Join in the fun and record the Tiny Talk overheard in your house! Publish a post on your blog and link us to the laughs. Then be sure to link to the blog carnival on this post so more bloggers can join in the fun.
The guidelines can be found here if you need them.
T (age 5): (looking at her daddy's hard boiled eggs) I don't like rotten eggs.
T's word: Opposed.
Real Word: Supposed.
In a Sentence: Daddy, you were opposed to be downstairs.
I talked to the kids about the devestation in Haiti...
K (age 7): We need to make signs for the neighborhood that say, "Pray for Haiti".
Immeidately she and her sister began planning where to put the signs (like on the mailbox) and what neighbors to give them to.
(such precious hearts to know the source of compassion, love, and help is God)
D (age 3) received the scanimation book, Waddle, for his birthday. Now, these scanimation books are really cool, but this particular one terrifies him.
You read through all of the cute animals who waddle, stomp, prance, and flap while you do it along with them. Then there is a summary page of all of the actions saying, "if you can waddle, stomp, flap...then you better watch out..."
You flip the page and it informs you that the alligator is going to get you. And there is the alligator with his "chomp chomp" in full animation.
My son is TERRIFIED of this book. I mean, "run across the room in terror", sort of terrified. He doesn't want to open it at all. If he sees it, he points to it and wants it gone. The look in his eyes is pure terror.
It's actually quite hilarious.