11 January 2010

Ooo?

Woodjie likes to ask for an "ooo" now. Once he has a spoon, you know a request for "eee" is not too far behind. I mean, you need an "ooo" to eat your "eee." Though sometimes he's had to make do with eating cereal with his "ooo" because Mom doesn't understand requests for "eee" first thing in the morning. Sorry. Not to mention that Mom is going to run out of "eee" soon at the rate we're going.

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  1. LOL what is eee?

    I love Emma's, Come ere bu-ba. S says it in such a high pitch LOL.

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  2. "Eee" is pictured here, but you need an "ooo" to eat it with. :)

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  3. ...I don't understand kids.

    Thankfully, my wife is pretty good at interpreting the requests the girls make. [smile]

    ~Luke

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  4. Luke if all else fails, walk them around the house, lifting everything... Saying " This ?, This?, This?" LOL

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  5. ooo! Can I have some eee too?

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  6. It's wonderful how much Woodjie is communicating with you.
    Glad he loves his "eee". Can you buy it by the case? :)

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  7. Ours always said "nih" for milk. So we'd confirm the request with "Oh, you want milk?" and he'd be so happy his dense parents finally understood (the poor dears) and would give him milk. So thinking we were so smart and that we could learn his language we'd proudly offer him a glass of "nih". He'd look very confused and kind of indicate no, he wanted "NIH". We'd try again, "Nih?" He'd look at us like we were crazy. We'd try next with "milk?" and he looked so relieved and would smile and say, "NIH!" Oh yes, thanks alot old friends apraxia of speech and auditory processing disorder.

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