Don’t you just love the innocence of a child? Here are a few snippets of my encounters with my almost 2yr old boy.
One morning after getting out of bed, Jakub picked up his toy cellphone and said: “Babi, mlecinko is gone.” (Grandma, milk is gone)
To stop him from climbing the cabinet, I told Jakub: “Don’t climb this or mommy will be mad at you.” I then went to his bedroom to ventilate his windows. When I came back, he was already carrying a chair so he can open the cabinet. Knowing that it was still wrong, he looked guiltily at me as he exclaimed: “Mommy, ne mad at you.”
Tommy, Jakub’s cousin who is the same age as he, has blond hair. Whenever he sees blond-haired boys (which is 50% of all the boys in the playground), he calls them Tommy.
To lure him to sleep, I told Jakub that I will make palacinky when he wakes up. I then proceeded to ask: “Do you like palacinky?” He responded: “Ne. Ice cream”
Jakub calls our car “taxi” because he gets to sit in the back.
So I can do household tasks, I oftentimes let Jakub watch educational videos. On a Barney show, children were pointing at things and identifying what they were: “it’s a bird,” “it’s a rainbow,” “it’s a plane….” Jakub, tugging his diaper said: “It’s kaka (poop).”
Who needs to go to a comedy club when I have a comedian at home.
10 thoughts on “My Little Comic”
Don’t you sometimes wish they stayed that age forever!
I sure do.
What a precious little one you have there 😉
Thank you! I’m enjoying him while he is young.
Oh you must!!
Before you now it, he’ll be 20 years old and not funny at all!!
Hi Grace, He sounds like a fun little guy. A good sense of humor early in life is a sign of high intelligence.
First of all, I LOVE that baby! What a picture of perfection! I have really missed out on blogging and reading your blog, and I am hoping now to catch up. I see that you have a real collection of awards but I have nominated you for one more, the Liebster Blog Award on my home page, because I really enjoy your tales of being a young mom exploring the world, cultures, life and being a connected friend.
P.S., my 18-21-year olds are still really funny. Just mentioning.
I’m glad that you are back in the blogging world. Thank you very much for the gracious nomination and comment!