Daddy's Pride / let it go
Sep 10, 2014
Now that the little man is a chatterbox, and can basically respond to questions, my wife and I have come across a new problem. How do you get your child to listen to you when they come back with responses that make you chuckle? :) Here are a few conversations with a soon-to-be 3 year old. - Between daddy and son Daddy: Could you please take your feet off the table while we eat. Son (while leaning back in the chair and smiling): No daddy, I'm relaxing. Daddy: Of course you are...makes sense. What was I thinking. :) - Between mummy and son Mummy: Can you please walk down the stairs properly. Son (while sliding down the steps and jumping): No mummy. Mummy: You shouldn't do that. You might get a boo-boo. Son (singing while arms out): Let it go, let it go...(lyrics from Frozen) Mummy: I need to let go...huh? :) - Between daddy and son Daddy: Lets put on your jacket. It will keep you warm. Son: I don't need a jacket. I have you. Daddy: You want me to just hug you all day! :) Son: Yeah! - Unexpected responses that make you laugh, smile, and melt.