We're dealing with the epic meltdowns that come along when your child turns two....and apparently continue on until they leave for college. I'm a family studies major. My coursework prepared me for understanding WHY a tantrum happens. It did not prepare me for what it would be like to repeat 15 times in a row, "no you may not have a "cooookeeee"...."
Anyways, I digress.
What I MEANT to post about was the cute phrases that are repeatd in our house all day long.
Here's a typical conversation that happens about 15-20 times in our home (no joke) a day.
Lucy: "Daddy, where are you?" (Lucy begins the hunt around the house)
Me: "Daddy had to go work."
Lucy: "bye bye?"
Me: "yup, daddy went bye-bye."
Me: "yes, daddy put his shoes on."
Me: "yes, daddy got in his car."
Lucy: (makes noises that resemble a very sick animal)
Me: "yes, daddy's car is terminally ill."