*Stick with me this gets funny I mean really really funny.*


At one point, I was worried that this little girl would never talk but now I am worried that her mouth will permanently stay in a "O" shape.


Ill just say it the kid never shuts up. If she has nothing of importance to say she will just start to describe everything around her even the ladies legs who is in the bathroom stall next to her. She is going to be a blogger I know it she
has a thing for detailing every single part of her life and planning it out.
Either a blogger or a serial killer. Not only has Y discovered words she has
discovered the wonders of gum.


Everyday when she wakes up and I hear this "You hab pwetty hair. I said nice now i get gum." or something like "You so niwce and have pink shirt. See how nice me am? I get gum for nice". Not exactly, kid you do not just
get gum because you say a nice thing on purpose you get gum when you actually
do something without thinking about the reward.


Then she goes onto her next tactic of "tidying" things up and giving everyone a hug just for a quarter stick of gum. After seeing her work for 20 minutes I finally give in and hand over a stick of gum. Yet today
it was not a stick it was one of those little nuggets of gum and if your three
this must be one of the biggest deals in the world right next to someone taking
your paci.


She immediately noticed the difference and informed me "This is not gum" as if I was the biggest idiot on the planet. I told her to taste it and she did then spit it into her hand and said, "You chew it for
me."


Three year old said what? Did she just tell me to chew her gum? She could not have just told me to chew her gum. Maybe she did because screams then erupted saying "CHEW IT FOOOOOOR MEEEEEE! YOU MEAN!!!". Hold on 30 minutes ago
I had "pwetty hair" and was "so niwce". Please don't tell me the mood swings are starting at three?


I do allot for her but I am not going to chew her gum because she is too lazy to.




Ill wipe her boogers and help her on the monkey bars but I am NOT going to chew her gum for her. Evidently, this is the biggest tragedy to reach her short 3 years. We had better
call in the UN this might just be bigger then the war and gas prices combined and it definitely trumps the Olympics and Chinas Earthquake.


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