Monday, December 6, 2010

Toddler Conversation

Maybe peer pressure will work in my favor. Overhead at lunchtime:

Maddie: I'm wearing panties today, sissy, what you have on?"
Izzie: I'm wearing a bop (diaper).
Maddie: Oh, you mean a panty-bop (pull-up)?
Izzie: No, a regular bop.
Maddie: Oh, well I am a big girl today.

And then the conversation turned to food.

3 comments:

MandyE_TwinTriumphs said...

My guess is that peer pressure can be a slippery slope, but I'm hoping there's a place to eventually use it to my advantage, too! :)

And that's so funny that your girls still call diapers "bops". One of our girls' "cute" words is "ea-moat" for oatmeal. It's a little sad to hear them correctly say "oatmeal" over the past couple of days. :)

urafatlazypieceofsht said...

better take some pictures for popo!

dittdott said...

I know what you mean! My girls now of course can say diaper but bop just stuck. It was actually one of their first words. They would sign diaper and the sound bop would come out of their mouth. If it hadn't been for the sign we wouldn't have matched the word to the object!

They used to say orange in a cute way. Something like O-Jon. When they started saying it correctly, I was a little sad, they were growing up!