Thursday, December 24, 2015

Mayhem 2.75

A not so eager cowboy.  He likes the idea of riding a horse, but not really the execution.

He loves frozen raw vegetables straight out of the bag!

He loves his baby cousin and asks to hold him, change his clothes, and change his diaper.

He loves his Mameha.

The facial expressions sometimes...

These Rangeroos ride-on animals were so much fun at the Fair in the Square.  Too bad we have nothing but dirt where we live.

He will steal your shades.

He's a sharp dresser and likes to be prepared.

He sleeps like his daddy.

He took my spot.

He's an expert cookie dough ball maker.

When tucking him into bed at night:  "I want your whole big head."  Or is he saying, "I want to hold your big head"?
"Mama, I have a dry diaper." ..... "Now it's wet."
"You the daddy cow and you the mama bull."
He is a frog legs lover and will eat more than you get to!
He can pronounce "rhinoceros" and "hippopotamus" perfectly, but those big grey animals with trunks are "Elthumps."
"Out with me" = without me
"Jommas" = pajamas
"Motor bicycles" = motorcycles
"Lellow" = yellow
"Shuntime" = sunshine
He may be mismatched by his own doing, but he constantly pulls his shirt down, straightens pants legs, and can't stand to have long sleeves pushed up even to wash his hands.
"Tovers" = covers
He has poured his own milk out of a half full gallon if not assisted fast enough to his liking.  Yikes!

Mayhem 2.5

Cheesing before church one morning.

He had a little fever virus in August and was so cuddly grumpy for a few days.

He loves his baby!

The morning we moved he slept super late.  We carried him outside on the mattress and set it on the trailer before he woke up!

Wallerin' in the floor with my sister in September.

Walking to our trailer in the dried crusty mud- "Here me are. ..... Here I am!" "I can walk. I can walk with my shoes and I can walk with my feet."  "Argh argh! These rocks hurt. Some rocks tickle some rocks hurt. These rocks hurts."

"Breakawist" = breakfast

"Don't get my nose, I need to breath"

Twistated = twisted, as in "My diaper is twistated."

For a while he kept an imaginary dog in a real pen and fed it corn every day.

Anybody: "What have you been eating?"  Mayhem: "Bricks with my friends!"

"I eat all your groceries!!"

"You're breaking me!"

He discovered stop signs along the road and would yell "Stop, Mama, STOP!" when I was driving for a few weeks.

"At" ends every sentence.

"What IS that?"

"You leave me?"

It was pretty mindblowing for him to realize that everything has/is a mama/daddy and we had MANY conversations about is THAT the mama/daddy whatever quite frequently.  See also everything has pee pee and/or poop.

"Chawberries" = strawberries
"Chewdiber" = screwdriver
"Tuhtie" = cookie
"Joofer" = rooster
Cheese puffs = "chipmunks"
Griddle = "skateboard" 
"Swimming toot" = swimming suit

Bridges/sheds were kind of confusing for a while.  We drove under sheds and parked under bridges.

Physically, he can skip, but not jump.

"Help you," he says, not "help me."