Kids Are Amazing: What Has Your Child Done Lately?


Hunter is 16 months old now, and I'm simply amazed at how fast he's growing, learning, doing.


No longer does my little man wake up crying. He now sits up and carries on baby babble conversations with his favorite cushy -soft stuffed animal, Winnie the Pooh. This morning I decided to hang out in bed to listen to him for a few extra minutes. I was shocked, to say the least. Out of his mouth, clear as day, came "Winnie the Pooh" and "poo-poo di-dey". I had to strain my ears-at first I thought it was just a fluke.

"Nahhh." I told myself. "I just thought I heard that".

Nope.

He spoke both words over again a few more times, just as he had the first time.

I've been working on his vocabulary with him on words like "please", "thank you", but not necessarily "Winnie the Pooh" and "poo-poo di-dey". In fact, he's never said them before-EVER, to the best of my knowledge. In retrospect, I guess I do say those words quite a bit. Winnie the Pooh comes into the crib for every "noonies", as we call naps and going to bed at night. And whenever Hunter has a poopie diaper, I say it. Come to think about it, I even sing songs about it.

Sure enough, when I walked into his room, Winnie the Poo was propped up against the rungs of his crib and he was holding his crotch.

Indeed, I did get a "poo-poo di-dey" surprise.


What have your kids done to shock or amaze you? Go ahead and brag it up-tell me about that moment in your childs life that made you go "wow".

(to check out the original post at Mommyhood Exposed-click here)

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