Funny and cute sayings from 30-33 months ( 2.5 and up)
When reading about a heart and it pumping blood:
Me: You want to play dress up with the Minnie doll?
Lexi: That’s a great idea, Momma! Come on, follow me!
“Um, Mister Mama Teacher, can you read me a book and open a snack?”
Lexi: “Boobie is all sandy because someone put sand in the boobie.”
After putting jewelry on and looking in the mirror:
“Mama I want you to be a tooth fairy, holding two books and I’ll be Sister bopping for apples.” (derived from Berenstein Bear’s Tooth Fairy book)
Me: “Does anything hurt sweetie ?”
Daddy: “It’s probably the whistling sound the toilet is making.”
Daddy while cooking eggs: “I’m burning your eggies”
Lexi to me while holding my hands:
“We are holding hands. You’re my pretty girl!”
With 6 year old girls she met at the playground.
Girls bragging while climbing around the equipment with Lexi:
-“I paint at school”
-“I have drawings from school”
-“My teacher says I am the best student”
Lexi chimes in after a momentary pause: “I go to Orlando.” (cue in mad laughter from Andrew and I)
Me: You’re a princess.
Lexi pouting : No I’m not a princess.
Me: But you are.
Lexi still pouting : I’m just Yaya. I’m not a princess. I’m just Yaya.
A few days later.
Me: You’re beautiful.
Lexi with her head down: No, I am not beautiful.
Me: You’re gorgeous silly.
Lexi: No I’m not. I’m just Yaya.
(still wondering where she got that from)
With a pained expression while nursing to sleep at bedtime:
“Mamaaaaaaa, is it morning yet?”
While nursing, her foot is touching books. She unlatches, looks and then sings:
“Books never bothered me anyways!” (frozen fans will get it)
Me: You, cutie-patootie.
Lexi: “You’re a cutie kakootie too, mama”
Me: Thanks? I guess?
While floating in a bathtub breastfeeding ( which is the closest you can get to womb environment, so I had a question in my head for Lexi)
Me: Lexi, do you remember being in my belly?
Me: What was it like? Was it warm and nice?
Me: What were you doing there?
Lexi, unlatches: Hanging! ( I swear totally unprompted, we never used that word or talked about it in that context, so that kind of blew my mind)
Later that week, again while taking a bath and breastfeeding:
-“So you liked being in mommy’s belly?
– So what was there?
– Some food. Pause, then slowly: Peas, corn, eggies, water, milk.
– Really? What else?
– (without hesitation) Toys.
While nursing to sleep:
“Mama can you rub me? Can you make me polka dots?” (referring to goose bumps)
After each night and nap:
“Come on follow me, you will see what I mean! We will see inside you, inside daddy and inside me too! Come on, mama, follow me!” ( derived from Cat in the Hat learning library books)