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We were patiently waiting for service today and my two-year-old said, “Mommy, I have a little bottom!”  I had to have her repeat it before I concurred, “Yes, you do have a little bottom.  Can you set your little bottom down?”  She glanced around the room, found a small chair and pulled it over beside me.
“I have a little chair for my little bottom,” she proudly announced.
“Yes,” I again agreed, “You do!”
Comfortable and confident with her discovery, she said, “And you have a BIG chair, don’t you mommy?”  Everyone in the room seemed to hear, but no one said a thing—just omitted a smile.  It was priceless.

In playing the Wii with my seven-year-old, we have a racing game and if he passes me, I begin relentlessly honking the annoying and high-pitched horn, deliberately irritating him—it works.

Yesterday he invited me to watch him play, instead of competing, because he’s advanced to a new level.  The computer-based antagonists were present and his little guy started up and took off quick.  He was in the lead for a while, but one player was giving him a run for his money.  Finally, he laid on the horn, blasting it over and over again.
“Why are you honking?” I asked him.
“I’m trying to shake her up a bit,” was his candid reply.
I waited until the game was over before explaining why it wouldn’t work on the computer-generated characters. Not sure he got it...


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