I’ve been waiting for this!

More and more words are coming from Jack all the time.  Saturday we heard crab, whale, and cool, all while at Point Reyes.  He is starting to point to things to ask what the name is, and he is mimicking us like crazy.  I thought I would test the waters a little bit and see if we could work on his urban vocabulary last night.  The first thing we worked on was “fo sho” and he caught on really quickly.  I was totally cracking up, while Joe just rolled his eyes at me.  Then I added “Yo yo yo.”  Jack excitedly bounced up and down while shouting, “yo YOH!”  Joe made me stop at that point because he was afraid Jack would go to daycare and offend someone.

There is just something so entertaining about an almost-16-month-old shouting slang phrases on a Sunday evening…

14 thoughts on “I’ve been waiting for this!”

  1. Sounds like a fun evening to me! I think teaching toddlers slang is hilairous…but I refrain withth e grandchildren. I leave tha tup to their parents and then ROFL when I hear it come out of their mouths.

  2. Sounds like a fun evening to me! I think teaching toddlers slang is hilairous…but I refrain withth e grandchildren. I leave tha tup to their parents and then ROFL when I hear it come out of their mouths.

  3. I taught my best friends son a question and answer game last time I was there. Question ‘Who’s Crazy?’, his answer ‘Mama’s Crazy’. I taught him in July and just talked to him on the phone last night (no practice in between). He still remembers it and she hates it. FUN FUN FUN

  4. I taught my best friends son a question and answer game last time I was there. Question ‘Who’s Crazy?’, his answer ‘Mama’s Crazy’. I taught him in July and just talked to him on the phone last night (no practice in between). He still remembers it and she hates it. FUN FUN FUN

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