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posted by Damselfly at 11:40 AM
well, at least it wasn't the F word!
lol yup could have gone worse :P
So funny. I try not to curse around my daughter, much, but sometimes the words just come out. I am absolutely confident that she'll drop the f-bomb someday when we're at the grocery store or somewhere where the maximum number of people will hear her.
Kids learn early :) Thanks for sharing. It reminded me of something that happened when I was in college. While student teaching in a first grade classroom I had an observation. I was quite nervous about it. Why? The lesson was about the short u sound. One of the mini-lessons was about rhyming words with duck. I knew one of the kids would say suck - so I had a response all ready about sucking on a lollipop and "good work" then I guided them to other words hoping that with my mentor watching nobody would do the forbidden word. I was lucky, the child that I thought would instead got stuck repeating the work "butt" over and over and over again.
Ha! Too funny!
There are some words better left un-rhymed.
In the grand scheme of things, suck isn't so bad! Babies suck bottles, you suck suckers ... better than the f word! (Which my child did say around 1 after hearing mommy say it :X)
uhm i too thought he was going to be adding the f sound :)
It could always be worse - at least no one else was around. Usually my kids came up with that stuff around others.
I'll bet you can imagine what I thought he would say!Isabella has started saying, "Oh, crap." I wonder where she got that little gem?
I've got a friend with a son who got his tr's and f's mixed up all the time (I think in part due to the reaction it got) - very sad!
i agree with the others...it could have been worse!!!
my 4yo nephew (and now, my 3yo son) have started to say, "what the?!" (no third word, thank God!) i tried to ignore it for a week, but now i've banned it. :)
It DID rhyme*!*;)
Yeah, that could get bad...
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