What do you want for lunch?
Do you need a fresh diaper?
Can you believe the Mideast peace process is stalled again?
She never responds or even raises her eyebrow at my questions, until recently. Now if I suggest something to her, she actually communicates with me. I was so excited the other day when I realized if I asked her to point to the cat in her book, she actually did it! If I ask her to move a toy, she'll move it! Now I just need to train her to clean the house....
|I've always known what you're saying|
|But now I enjoy your reaction if I actually do what you ask|
|"Move the piano" you say. What am I, your servant?|
|I don't think you can make me relocate my toys until I'm 13|
Faith and I read her picture books at least 46 times a day. I think that's why she can always point to the right picture if I ask (practice makes perfect!). She will literally smack me in the head with this book until I read it to her.
|Every chapter is a cliffhanger|
|Read it again Mommy!|
|Don't make me stomp my adorable foot!|
Now Peanut isn't the only one who sometimes listens to me in the house when I give a command.
|If you say "Peanut, go to sleep!" I'll do it|
I'm going to try a command on you: Enter my Fisher House raffle! Haha, if half of you listen as well as the baby or the dog, we might get 1 or 2 more entries. It's only $5.00 to enter and if you donate $50, you have the option of requesting that I wear your name somewhere visible as I run the Marine Corps Marathon. :)
If you could teach a small child any command, what would it be? My husband thinks "Get Daddy a beer" would be a good one for developing motor skills. :)