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Sunday, January 25, 2015
What did he say?
Kentucky - In honor of oldest brother's current location, believe it or not, it's one of his clearest pronunciations
Piece of cake - Said mostly in a growly voice, not to ask for dessert but because this obscure (to Victor) phrase was taught to him by older brother for no reason other than to hear him say it
I'm Batman - Same as above
Let It Go - Proof that you don't have to see the movie to get the songs stuck in your head; if your older sisters listen to it ad nauseam, you are bound to pick it up eventually
Chocolate - And if your oldest sister secretly gives you chocolate, you will learn to very sweetly request it from her when she picks you up
Ice cream - I take full credit for this, including the temper tantrum when it is done
Vacuum - Victor had a love-hate relationship with the vacuum. The noise used to scare him so badly that he would literally shake in our arms. Then he insisted on touching it when it was off and later when it was on. Now he loves it and requests to have someone vacuum so he can follow along repeating vacuum both during the actual vacuuming and after the job is done.
Shoes 'n socks - To Victor, this is all one word to refer to either item, but no matter what you call them, he doesn't like either
Open Close - Again, I think this is all one word. I think Isaac was about to go crazy the other day when Victor spent 5 minutes opening and closing a kitchen drawer, narrating as he went
Cindy - Yes, my little parrot heard The Good Doctor address me so now he likes to call me by my given name.
And my favorite?
In response to my "Love ya," I get a very sweet, "Wuv ya!" in response.