Wednesday, August 29, 2012

I Meant to Do That!

Does your little one latch on to a new phrase or definition and then use it all day long?

Today my son asked me to define the word 'accident' to him.  I did and followed up with teaching him what 'on purpose' meant as well. 

I'm here to tell you that everything he does today is followed up with these two words: on purpose.


"Look Mom, I'm riding this bike on purpose."
 
"Look, Mom, I'm eating on purpose."

 "Can you seeeeeee that I'm picking up this crayon on puuuurpooose?!?"

I'm taking it as a positive that the lesson taught was well-learned.  Too bad there's no such thing as a video baby-book, or I'd nab him saying it and stick in there for prosperity.  He's a hoot.  :)


29 comments:

  1. Love those days. It could be like a word of the day until grandaddy teaches him "the boo boo dance", and they use it out loud at Walmart.

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    1. OH my gosh, Kenya...we taught our toddler the proper word for his 'anatomy' because he was calling it the wrong thing. Worst idea EVER! That word pops up at THE most inopportune times, lolol

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  2. This happens all the time here! When we teach Corinne something new she harps on it all day until we want to pull our hair out!

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    1. No idea what you mean... (whistling innocently and trying to hide the smile). :)

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  3. That's kind of how we fellows learn, especially when women teach us something. We repeat it nonstop in hopes for some sort of affirmation or show of appreciation.

    That's why we do this. On purpose.

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    1. bwuahahahaha

      the male clan sticking together even when they're this young... i love it!

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  4. OMG I soooooooooooo remember that stage! Take a deep breath mommy and count to ten... it's usually over by five. LOL Wait until he gets to the why stage! Oh boy, all the joys of a being a mommy. Thanks for stopping by. Oh, and by the way I'm your latest follower. Nice to meet you. Hope you had time to follow me too!

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    1. I am following, Dolly! Thanks for coming over! :)

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  5. Cute! I'm excited to experience teaching my son that way.Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Every stage is a good one. I saw your little one is moving right along too. He's a cute little one!

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  6. So cute! True that the "Why?" stage is really something to look forward to, ha!
    Nice meeting you! Have a great rest of the week!
    Ang
    (new follower)

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    1. Thanks for following, Ang. I signed up to follow you on Linky. If you had GFC I missed it? Your Silly Saturday post is hilarious. :)

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  7. I am leaving you a comment...on purpose. :)

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    1. lol
      some of you readers are so fresh! :)

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  8. So cute. And you must be very good at teaching him words, cause it is sticking!

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    1. Boy, did it stick. ;o) All kidding aside, one of the best things about toddlers is they love to learn. :)

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  9. That's adorable! I have not hit that stage yet with my oldest, but it sounds hysterical! What a doll your son is!

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    1. Thanks, Tracy. I'm so happy you came to visit. I thought that picture I commented on at your blog earlier was really, really cool! I meant it when I said you could enter it in a contest, it's a smile-producer, for sure (all of the little ones w/the lone gentleman in the background). :)

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  10. So funny! My 4 year old is going through a "LOOK AT ME!" and "ISN'T THAT FUNNY MOM?" stage. I got him a shirt that says, "BLAH, BLAH, BLAH." So true, he never stops talking!

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    1. I'm following your G+ Circle now, Alissa. We just took our first trip to NE this summer and loved it...beautiful city, great food!

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  11. Too cute...buy a little recorder and switch it on ea time he starts with all the cute sayings. You'll be sooo glad you did.:)

    I am over from twelve 0 Eight...and a new follower. Come see me when you can.
    xo bj

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    1. My husband has one, and you're right, it does get some of the best memories!!

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  12. I am commenting on this post on purpose.

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  13. I love when kids LOVE to learn--then use it EVER WHERE-

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  14. How adorable! Gee, what else can we do on purpose? Thank you so much for stopping to visit me from Katherine's. Your little guy is a hoot.

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    1. Katherine's rocks, doesn't it? Thank you for stopping by my blog too.

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