Wednesday, October 28, 2009

too long for twitter

Scene: Aleph is trying to tell me something, but I can't understand him no matter how I try. The train needs to go fash? ...flash? ...fashed? ...frashed??? Aleph is in tears by the time I finally get it. FAST. Duh. Of course. I hug him, and talk about how frustrated he must be. Then Aleph pulls himself together.

ALEPH: Now you say something and I won't understand you.

[Note: We've never done this before.]

EEMA: Hey, that's a good idea. Okay. Um... oogalie boogalie.

ALEPH: [smiling] Snoogalie boogalie?

EEMA: [cracking up, but trying to wail] Nooooooooooo! Oogalie boogalie!

ALEPH: Floogalie boogalie?


Seriously, how did this kid get so awesome?


Cass said...

This just makes me grin. Love it.

Nancy said...

Oh, I have my suspicions about how they got so awesome. Namely, awesome parents.

OneTiredEma said...

So what was he saying?

I feel like half of what 3 year olds say only makes sense in their frame of reference, so even if you CAN understand the words, sometimes you just have no idea.

Jody said...

What a great idea! I love this.

Cara said...

That is awesome! Way to go him for taking a frustration and turning it into a fun game!