I think kids get sillier as they get older. When does that stop? See Dalton's silliness this month here.
2/1: When he see his shadow, Pissmas will come.
2/8: Pretending to be a superhero, she called herself "Heroman." Superheros was kind of a theme around here this month.
2/13: Eating hummus: "It tastes kind of yuck but it's good.
2/22 Mommy. When I'm big and married and there's a baby in my tummy, is it a boy or a girl and what name can we call it?
What kind of store is that?
It's a boat store.
Is it for boats that are out of stamina?
... It's to buy a boat.
Why are they out of the water? Why you laughing???
When she pretends to serve me food at a restaurant, or be a librarian, she does voices. She just makes her voice a little deeper.
"Look what's in this book! It's a duck Buddha!"
Dessert = "bessert" - I love it!
Hood = "hoof"
She invented something called a "Gradual Seahorse." It looks a lot like a regular seahorse (and you can call it that, she allows). And it does a lot of the same things a seahorse does according to the 20 minute lecture I received on the topic.
She is still obsessed with her pretend dinosaur, Whatasaurus. He's as tall as six tall, tall, buildings in the whole world each stack on each other (Burj Khalifa). He has "all the things" (spikes, toe claw, hump on his head, etc.)
Two words/concepts Maggie has learned at school are "pattern" and "collection". Except when she says "collection" it sounds like "question."
M: Can you get me more sun seeds?
Me: They're sunflower seeds.
M: Can you get me more flower seeds?
Both of the kids, but especially Maggie loves to "play parade" with Daddy. As far as I can tell, this involves swinging the kids around, turning them upside down, and generally dancing about, with crazy music playing.
2/26: During a video chat with Aunt Rachel, Maggie went to get her US map puzzle. "Where's London on this map?"
2/27: Reading That's Not My Mermaid
M: That's a India one.
Me: Why? (Thinking because she's wearing bangles.)
M: She's brown.