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Fine, I'll take my eyeballs elsewhere.
I can't see the Althouse link but I can see Chips.fyi
Thanks. I redid the embed.
That was more like look how much fun we're not having.
I'd like to see video of the actual 2-year-old actually saying those things. Not that I'm skeptical or anything.
Already has Daddy wrapped around her finger. [Yeah, a cliche'. I know, but it fits.]The video is believable. I have a niece who was like that when she was a toddler.
Very sweet. Reminded me of my daughter, who is getting married in about 10 days. Usually the hands were on the hips and she would then say she needed 'prisavy'.
Aw, sweet, Pogo. I wish her great happiness.
Thank you. I sent the video to my daughter and she said she saw it yesterday, and that she also thought it was like her.
Yes, that is what toddlers are like. Heh.
The videos I've seen so far get it about right, at least for girls, but two is too young. I'm a little distracted by my incredulity that she has anything like that vocabulary.
Toddlers are like this, yes, but parents need to be parents, and no acquiesce to toddler demands for the sake of harmony.
I'm a little distracted by my incredulity that she has anything like that vocabulary.I have a friend whose 18 month old son talks like a three year old. There's a lot of variance in how much and how well small children speak.
Toddlers are like that, but the passive response from the Dad avoided a real teaching and bonding moment. Dad could have declared himself King and that the princess had to go clean her room after she bowed down to King daddy or some such other schtick. The toddler would have then be forced to think up a new approach that Dad would have to counter. That is if you want your kid to be thoughtful and persistent rather than weakened by a false victory.
Actual conversation with a four year old today.4yo: "I'm going to have 70 wives."Me: "You can't have 70 wives. You can only have one."4yo: "No, I'm going to have 70 wives and 60 children."Me: "If you had so many wives, you would hardly ever see your children. How sad!"4yo: "No, no. If I couldn't see my children because of my wives, I would just say, 'Hey, wives! Can you move over please? I can't see the children.'"
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