Saturday, November 27, 2010

Miran Sentences

Typical sentences these days:

"Want up." (when he wants to be picked up and put on your lap)
"Not dripping 'more." (not dripping anymore)
"It's okay."
"Fell down, bump head."
"Sit in chair." (when he wants to sit in the grown-up chair)
"Cutting carrots knife." (pretending to cut toy carrots with a straw)
"Hold it (fill-in-noun)" (when he wants to hold something)
"Turn the light off/on."
"No pinching/hitting/kicking people." (and he doesn't -- he's a good boy!)
"Lots of (fill-in-noun) everywhere!"
"Daddy/Mama working."
"Daddy/Mama come back."
"Read it." (when he wants you to read him a book)

He talks all the time and says so much!

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