In Her Own Words

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Emily - March 14

When you only give Mary a little of something and she wants more, she will say, “much” or “No, I want much!” When you make Mary a salad, she wants dip on it. She uses ranch dressing as dip for carrots so she thinks it is called dip. When you make Mary a sandwich, she doesn’t want it cut in half and folded over, she wants a lid on it. What are some of the words your lo use for things.....

 

Emmie - March 14

My nephew says my for I no matter how many times you correct him. He is always saying My wants candy or My played with Nathan(my son). It is so cute.

 

sahmof3 - March 14

Leah puts the word "always" in strange places in sentences, but it's cute! For instance, she'll say, "I always have to go potty." Instead of just saying she has to go. And if she's asking a question she'll say something like, "I always go nanny and pop pop's house?" lol I think she's confused about what always means ;-)

 

Smilefull - March 14

If you tell my son to say thank you he says back "your welcome".

 

Mellissa - March 14

Rylee says "very please" instead of pretty please. And a popsicle is a "poscable"..and whenever we have to go to a dr appointment she says we're going to "the general hospital" lol (she knows i'm a gh fan!)

 

luviduvi - March 14

Everything for my daughter is "I'm stuck in there!" Or, "oh, that's BEEAAAUUTIFULLL!"

 

Emily - March 14

Mary also learned the posesive parts on her own. But instead of saying mine, she says me's. So she says about hte ball, "Thats me's." instead of thats mine....

 

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