Friday, January 8, 2010

Over heard at the Gardner House...

Peter made some comments yesterday that stopped me in my tracks in amazement at home he is developing and picking up on thing that I say.

In the morning, he brought Aaron his "Lovey Lamb" (Aaron's "security blanket) and said to Aaron, "OK, Aaron now you say 'Thank you,' and I will say 'You're welcome'."

Then during dinner I served perogies. Peter took his first bite and gave me a confused look.

"Is there peanut butter in there, Mommy?"

"No, Peter there are mashed potatoes inside."

"Wow, that is really smart, Mommy"

His other big thing right now is figuring out the difference between boys and girls.

I have been embarrassed by this on more than one occasion, because instead of asking if the person is a boy or a girl, Peter asks me, "Does he have a Pee Pee, Mommy?"

There have also been occasions where is tells people that he learned are girls that, "You got no pee pee in there!" (while pointing at their pants.)

1 comment:

MommySpoon said...

I love it! Oh yes, and it just gets worse with each new word they learn!