Providing us with reassurance that we are raising him right, The Mayor said,
“Mom and Dad, when I get bigger I can drink coffee.”Now that’s my boy.
And -- I’m proud to report that sixteen month old Rooster, who is acquiring new words at an exponential rate, has also completely mastered the word coffee.
I can officially boast that “coffee” was among both of my children’s first words and that my priorities around early childhood development are completely in order.
The Mayor's early adoption of proper morning protocol.
November 30, 2005
I may need to transfer some of my attention away from meticulously ensuring the proper sequencing of language acquisition for my children and focus on myself.
Because last night the children were NOT LISTENING and K and I were rolling our eyes back in our heads at 6:00 p.m.
The TWO HOURS until bedtime became a yawning cavern of doom.
[Oh, eight o'clock how I love thee...]
As a diversion strategy The Family
While there a (single, childless) woman that I don't regularly see stopped by and said,
"Jessica, I see you got yourself a MOM haircut. When did you do THAT?"[Oh, yes. She said THAT.]
I have mom hair.
Jeebus marscaponing Roberta Flack.
We are just going to have to put the word "espresso" on hold.