ftmob 14/07/2015

Hey readers,

So here is some snipets of quotes delivered by my sons this week but bear in mind my youngest is more one worded  jargon at the moment!

So, I everyday as an activity with my DS1 complete a weather chart and we go through what the day is, date, month and what the weather has to bring during the day. So on Monday I try to motivate my son to take part in this activity and with his toy in one hand whilst walking away from me replies “sorry mummy I am too busy”. He is getting such a checky humour later I just can’t help myself from laughing out loud. He certainly does make me smile!

At nursery my son has been learning all about caterpillars and how they transform into beautiful butterflies, yes we have read the hungry caterpillar several times. My son finds this subject very interesting as he demonstrates this phenomenon to me by telling me that, “caterpillars turn into flutterbyes”. He further demonstrates this to me by getting his hands flat and spread out together and flutters therm vastly like your typical butterfly does.

When at nursery a member of staff asked what does my son not like and he responded by saying, “potatoes”. This is interesting as he loves chips and roast potatoes, haha!

Now moving on to my DS2 and when wanting him to give me the toy from his hand the refused and even directly asking him, “please may mummy have that toy?” In response as crystical clear says “no!!!!”. He has started to form such a big personslity for someone sdo small and has totally transforming especially now that he is less jargon like and moving on to sounds and even the odd word. There will be trouble soon as I can see augments between both my sons trying to get the first word in, eek!

Thanks for reading my round up of the week X

Little Hearts, Big Love
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2 thoughts on “ftmob 14/07/2015

  1. Love your son's cheeky comment about being too busy! I love “flutterbyes” for “butterflies” too. It can be quite challenging when they start learning the word “no” and becoming much more determined though isn't it, although lovely to see their personalities really starting to develop too. Thanks for linking up to #ftmob 🙂

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