Friday, February 26, 2010

Kids Say the Darndest Things - The Parrot Talk

Watching Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010 been very exciting for three of us. There were moments of happiness, sadness, surprise, shock, excitement. You name it. All that for three of us.

Olympians fall down the hill. Not a pleasant view for all of us. Ouch, ouch something I will have to say. With Matthew around repeating everything we say, definitely there can be a possibility for him to pick up some words you don't want him to know yet. But yet, did happened.

(watching tv)

Matthew - Olimpics, Olimpics. Watching Olimpics.
Mommy (me) - Matthew man is going to jump.
Matthew - Oh man jumping, ready set goooooo.
Mommy (me) - Matthew watch, man is jumping high.
Matthew - High. Juuuumping. (yes he likes to emphasize his words)
(pause, man falling on his butt)
Mommy (me) - Oh Sh_t!!!
Matthew - Ohhh Sh____t, Ohhh Sh_t, Oh Sh____t.
Mommy (me) not responding, not reacting so Matthew stops to repeat. Sporting event changes to commercial.
Matthew - Mommy more sh_t. (looking at me)
Mommy (me) - Matthew wait few more minutes and it will be back. (looking at Matthew and trying hard not to laugh)
Matthew - Ohh baaaack. Olimpics back.

Next time Mommy needs to watch her language.

25 comments:

  1. What a funny story!!:O)
    Children are so adorable...even when they say "SH..T!!!!
    I send you my best hugs:O)

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  2. Omg, I love this story! So funny! Matthew rocks!!

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  3. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!! Oh, too funny - I wish I had seen your face, it must have been priceless. And so WELL DONE on not reacting, that must have taken a cast iron will not to grin/grimace in one..!

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  4. ROFL, Matthew sure keeps you on your toes. :D

    Great post! Now it's raining at the Olympics and deep ruts are forming.

    Have a super day! Hugs, JJ

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  5. Priceless....lol...another excellent story Anna! Thanks! :-)
    ~JD

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  6. To things I have for you today Anna : Oh shit :P =))

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  7. That is so funny. Yes little ones seem to have big ears when they want to. LOL And pick up the word right away.

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  8. Kids hear what they hear and that's all there is to it. How cute.

    Have a terrific day. :)

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  9. This, Anna, was one funny post! I'm still LOL! Having three kids, I know exactly what you went through trying to screen the language...well done.

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  10. Its fun reading your converse. Matthew is catching words quickly, try to teach him many good words while making him happy.

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  12. Anna, I added and english version of my post......:O)

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  13. Thanks Luly, yes they are adorable, lol. Thanks for the English version of your post. I will see you later. Hope you didn't do it just for me, lol. Anna :)

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  14. D's thanks. You know it is so much fun watching him to learn how to speak. We laugh all the time. Anna :)

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  15. Shrinky, yes it is not that easy. There are times we have to be little tough, and seeing his face is actually priceless. Shrinky thanks for commenting. Anna :)

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  16. Thanks JJ. Glad that I made you laugh. Matthew is still talking about Olympics, and wearing his Olympian outfit. Thanks for commenting, appreciated. Anna :)

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  17. Thanks JD. You know he is like that all the time. The thinks he says are just priceless. What a joy in our lives. Thanks for all your comments JD, appreciated. Anna :)

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  18. Patty this is so right, they hear you when they want to, and not when you want them. Sometimes feels like I am talking to the wall, and the funny think he ignores me, but then two hours later, says all I said to him. He is one little sponge. Patty thanks for commenting, appreciated. Anna :)

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  19. Thanks Sandee, you said it all right, lol. Thanks again, Anna :)

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  20. StorytellERdoc thanks so much. You know I think I will be going through that for a long time, lol. My little one not only has physically big ears, but to hear everything, lol. Glad I made you laugh, and thanks again for reading. Anna :)

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  21. Jeevan you know you are right. We started to be more nice with our words, lol. Thanks for all your comments on my blogs, appreciated. Anna :)

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  23. Funny! And yes Mommy needs to watch her language! Or someone needs to get the soap! ;-)

    Seriously though, I recently had a talk with my 20 year old about how he and his friends talk to each other. It is amazing how bad words are the norm among them. But they never use them around adults or in other similar situations. I don't know how they turn it on and off but they do. Long before Matthew is 20 you will see what I mean.

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  24. Funny...Matthew is DA MAN..he will keep mommy in line

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