We have 2 very talkative THREE year olds on our hands! They say some of the funniest things. When they were babies, they seemed to have their own language and babbled back and forth to each other. Now that they are older, it is so interesting to me that if one mispronounces something, the other one does too! Did I mention that they talk A LOT? Here are some of the things I don't want to forget.
"Fear-sel" = Cereal. This is our new favorite breakfast (which mom is loving because it is SO easy) and our favorite snack, too! I don't buy the sugary cereals, but R&R enjoy bran flakes (crazy, right?) and cheerios the most. For a treat, I occasionally buy Kix cereal (but they call an individual piece of Kix cereal a "kick.")
"Frope" = Frow Up = Throw Up. Rhett recently vomited for the first time. Poor thing didn't know what was going on! It was just a one time event, and thankfully he didn't have a virus. Later on he was telling daddy about his day and kept saying "I frope." I didn't know what he was trying to say, but later realized that he was trying to say "throw up." We all call vomit "frope" now and probably always will.
"Frinkles" = Sprinkles. YUM!!
"Here me comes!" = This is what Rhys started saying when we taught her how to play hide and seek, a new loved game around the Bennett house. We were saying "Ready or not, here I come!" and she put a twist on it and says "Here me comes!" This one never gets old. Here are R&R in one of their favorite hiding places in the kitchen.
"Take on a Little Walk" = We started a new family tradition of going on a walk after dinner when our schedule allows. The kids usually take something to push (Rhys a stroller, and Rhett a shopping cart) but usually there is mostly running going on and very little walking. After we clean up the kitchen each night Rhys usually says, "I want to take on a little walk." I think she got this phrasing from when she was really little and I would always ask the kids if they wanted me to take them on a little walk. It is cute, and I will always take on a little walk with my sweeties!
"Pack-Ack" (Rhys) and "Pack Pack" (Rhett) = Backpack!
"Hangaber" = Hamburger. If you see Rhys, please ask her to say this for you. You will not be sorry. If you come over to our house, she will gladly cook one for you in her kitchen. Hang-uh-ber. This might be my favorite word right now.
"Ugu Bar" = Granola Bar. If you are not in the mood for a hang-uh-ber, ask for an "ug-uh" bar. Also very delicious and one of our favorite treats around here.
"Actually" = So funny to hear R&R saying this to each other. It is usually used wrong, and so fun to hear them experiment with language. Today I heard this: "I love pink, Rhett. Actually I love pink."
Rhys went through a phase the past month or so where she was calling all of us by our first and last names. Tim Bennett, Misty Bennett, and Rhett Bennett. It was hilarious. Now she is back to Mommy, Dada (this is new) and Rhett. She called Rhett "Bubba" a few days ago and he told her to call him Rhett. I will admit this did make me a little sad. Rhett still says Mommy, Daddy, and Rhysie.
"Crafs" = Crafts. R&R both love to do a "craf" as often as I will let them!
"Pic Pic" = Picnic. With the weather so nice lately, we have been enjoying picnics as often as we can!
"I have idea" (Rhys) or "One-dea" (Rhett) Here was Rhett's idea...To put all the toys from the play room into the entry way. I was cooking dinner and came around the corner to find this:
I need to mention this happened in less than 5 minutes, by the way.
Rhys' "I have idea" was to perform for Rhett at the library after story time. She had him sit on the rug while she was up front (where the librarian usually stands) and she sang some songs and read a book. And yes, she was wearing boots with her shorts. That was also her "I have idea" too.
It is so fun to be able to watch R&R learn new words, phrases, and practice what they hear! I sure do love these crazy kids.