Tuesday, July 17, 2007


Do you know how you spell relief to me these days? Figuring out what my kid is trying to say. Yesterday was one of those moments. For those of you who hang out with her a lot frwa can mean either flower (which we figured out awhile ago) or rock. Don't ask me how frwa translates to rock but it does in her mind. And hey, makes just as much sense as d for cookie.

As an aside to my aside: Isn't rock actually easier to say than frwa?


Blogger Susan said...

I used to need A when it got really hard to understand B. TechnoGuy understood 25% of what B had to say, I got about 80% of it, and A got 97%.

2:22 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

One of Ben's first words was "nundoos." It meant downstairs. The only thing those two words have in common are that they are both 2 syllables. Be patient. Before long, all those strange syllables will become real words.

7:01 PM  
Blogger corrie said...

At least she's got "mom" and "dad" right : )

9:28 AM  
Blogger Whippersnapper said...

Let's just hope she doesn't suddenly decide to combine a bit of both words into a new word, cuz if she does you might have some explaining to do..


9:41 PM  

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