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Thread: How well they learn the things we say.

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    Junior Member IraJane's Avatar
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    How well they learn the things we say.

    Last evening my 4 year old grandson, Jack, said to his 3 year old sister "Frannie, stop antagonizing me or you will get a consequence"


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    He has an impressive vocabulary, as do the people around him, lol!

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    How cute. they are so funny at that age.

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    I remember when my oldest was in pre-K and one day at lunch he informed me very seriously "Mom, those sandwiches were just malicious!" DH got lots of laughs at work over that one.
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    I had a phrase I told my son when my nerves were frazzled...I have 1 nerve left and you're on it...well I stopped saying that the day he said it to me...

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    When I asked my daughter to be "a little cooperative" she told me she wasn't a little cooperative, she was a sweetie pie!

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    Kids are something else!

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    When my granddaughter was about 4 she turned to my daughters boyfriend and told him to stop being facetious.. The boy friend turned to my daughter and asked what does that mean. DD said ask her. Darling GD turned and looked at him with a totally disgusted look, rolled her eyes and said. It means don't be a smart &@#
    Needless say we all fell out of our chairs laughing . When we stopped we let her know it wasn't a nice word to say. But we learned to be very careful when she was around.

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    Reminds me of the Art Linkletter show: Kids say the darndest things !LOL
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    Nothing like listening to an unexpected playback to learn what we sound like!

    Spectacular vocabulary for a four year old!

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