My daughter is just entering toddlerhood.
She’s 13 months old and on the move. Although not yet walking (we’re getting there!) she is actively exploring her world, constantly learning and discovering new things. It’s really an amazing time, as we watch our baby girl grow into a full-fledged toddler.
She also makes me say some pretty crazy things. For example, this past week I have found myself saying:
- Please don’t bite mama’s toes.
- I’d rather you not lick the door.
- We don’t put chicken down our shirts.
- We also don’t rub mashed potatoes in our hair.
- I don’t want your half chewed cheerio, but thanks anyway.
- Pacifiers do not go in diapers.
- I’m sorry, you cannot drink mama’s coffee.
- Pool water is not drinking water.
- We smell flowers. We do not eat flowers.
- Please don’t chew on mama’s phone.
As you can see, she really has a passion for exploring the world, by putting things in her mouth! Or in her clothes! Or in her diaper.
What crazy things have you found yourself saying?