Toddler Talk

It’s always fun to hear what’s on Enzo’s mind, and we’re constantly being surprised with new things, which is so much fun.


Most recently, things we’ve been hearing are:

“Raise you hand if you want tea.”  (Phoebe recently received a teapot and they’ve both been handing out tea and cakes a lot).

“What was that? Mommy, you hear that?” (Usually accompanied by a look of absolute surprise/concern).

“What’s going on in here?”

“Oh, no! Oh, no! The sky is falling!  The sky is falling! We hafta get outta here!”  He did this for 20 minutes in the car and if I zoned out for too long and didn’t respond with something supportive enough or he could tell I didn’t care anymore, I got:

“Mommy, you talk to me.”


Can’t forget our newest toddler either!  Seriously, a toddler, and she’s going to be just as talkative as her brother.  She tries to copy everything you say and while we may be the only ones who can make out what she’s saying, she has definitely added to her vocabulary.


She can say things like “All done,” “Hi,” “Nose,” “Mouth” (while pointing to them), “Tree,” “Ball,” and I think there are one or two others.  She’s so close to saying them really clearly.  Oh yeah!  She really likes to clap and say, “Yay!”


I remember how awesome and yet strange it was when Enzo started saying recognizable words and then talking more and more. I can’t wait to hear what Phoebe’s little voice is going to sound like, and I can’t wait until they’re having conversations with each other.

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