Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Super Why

"L, please let Dixie out to go potty."

L, do you want milk or juice for breakfast?

L, the toaster will ding when breakfast is ready.

L, put the wipes back in the green potty.

Mommy needs to go dry her hair.

Can you play while mommy gets dressed?

Do you see where this is going? Every last freaking statement, question, comment is met with a why. Sometimes it is said with the most whiney drawl to it which really means -- I don't wanna. Then we have the true why said out of curiosity. B and I are counting our lucky stars that it hasn't turned into "... but why" but who are we kidding. That is right around the corner too.

Now, if only we could get R to say pretty much anything unprompted we would be headed in the right direction.

1 comment:

MommytoA said...

A doesn't say why but she does act hard of hearing or like she doesn't understand and says "what?" repeatedly. It drives me mad.