A little bit of humour leading into the weekend.
Lou had a week to herself in Cleanland (Queensland), relaxing and preparing for the next phase of treatment. She’s feeling tip-top so, why not a little laugh.
Evie Pops loves a mashup. She has an amazing, un-deliberate ability to mash together not only words but multiple songs or nursery rhymes. If it was intentional, she’d be a hip-hop artist, at three.
It’s an ongoing source of micro entertainment, something to increase your daily smile numbers, which is always a good thing.
Evie’s own language starts with mispronounced single words, and she has some clangers. Here are some examples that are currently part of her daily rhetoric. Enjoy:
Bedtime daddy, time to put my tappie on.
(Evie jumps in the spa, holds eyes) Ouch, my eyes are stinking.
(Opens fridge) I want bizzy water.
Not just a little bit, I want auvalit.
*All of it
Bibix for breakfast mummy
Can we go to Aunty Eggs house so I can see Leck Leck
Dad, put Peanut Rabbit on Neckclicks
Mumma, did you get me a cresent when you were in Cleans Land?
Look, be careful, a spiderwent!
When I finish dinner can we have serdert?
Don’t forget my pacpac
Putt my dolly in the cram and let’s go the claygrown for Henry’s birsday
I might wear my pretty pink gress and put my lacelett on.
We love our little princess poppa. How could you not? Anyway, I’m off to watch Sleeping Mooty (*Beauty) with this funny little munchkin.