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a small child’s vocab
At the sage age of 2 1/2, the wee one is developing his vocabulary at an alarming rate. The most alarming part, though, is that he knows the words, but makes up the meanings for them.
Example 1: “First, we have to blow the whistles on our shoes.”
Example 2 (as he draws a picture): “The cuticles are dropping down to the lake.”
It feels a little like we’re living with Salvador Dali, only without the weird moustache.