Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Georgia has been working on her sentence structure. And if you aren't around her much you may not understand her language because there isn't always a noun and a verb. But there is always a clear thought. Some examples:
1. Daddy face - Daddy shaved his beard this morning.
2. Mommy pee pee - Mommy went pee this morning.
3. Patrick nose. Patrick doesn't have a nose.
4. Sponge Bob nose. Sponge Bob has an enormous nose.
3. Georgie "coolie" - Georgia wants to go to the club/park NOW.
She does have, however, one complete phrase down pat--noun, verb and all. And I think she even knows the meaning, too. Heading to the club this morning, I spied her through the window of the stroller canopy having an intense encounter with Tigger and Hippo.
"Kiss". (They did.) "Hug" (They did.) Followed by the grammatically perfect: "I love you."
So it's official, Tigger and Hippo are officially an item. And I'm even more smitten.