Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Here's a recent "dialog" that cracked me up:

Baby Garfield: Roars loudly

Emma: Roars loudly, as well

Me: "Emma, Garfield doesn't know any better yet, but we should probably not roar so loudly inside, ok?"

Emma: "But Mommy, I'm Garfield-tating him."

Me: "You're what?" (Hoping for a definition in her explanation.)

Emma: "I'm Garfield-tating him. You know how he always tries to do what I do and you tell me he's Emma-tating me? Well, I'm Garfield-tating him."


Ah, yes. The often-confusing world of a pre-reader!

6 comments:

Candace said...

Too funny and way too cute!

Shelley Roberts said...

That is the absolute most adorable thing I've heard in a long time!! Too cute!! So when is this baby coming out???

Granny said...

All right, that is just precious! Ordinarily I would say "Write it down!" but you have, and a blog is a good way to immortalize some of those priceless moments :-)

Tami said...

That is one of the funniest things I have ever heard a liitle kid say. Too cute!

Amy Soupiset said...

I can't believe she said that! Too cute. You are going to have a hard time keeping up when you start school with her.

Debs said...

Ahhh bless, that is so cute.
All the best with the whole giving birth thing! - I came over here from life in a shoe :-)