Monday, 26 April 2010

Conversations With a 16 Month Old.

BG has learnt a new word, guess what it is....


Me: BG can you get down from there please?
BG: No


Me: BG stop throwing sand please
BG: No


Me: BG would you like some lunch BG?
BG: No


Me: BG would you like cheese or ham?
BG: No


Me: Is it bath time?
BG: No (as she climbs the stairs to the bathroom)


Me: Can mummy have a kiss?
BG: No


Me: Would you like a biscuit?
BG:No
Me: More for mummy then 


Can't understand where she's learnt that word from *ahem*


I really have to find another way of asking her to stop doing something and not shout NO at her. 


Bad Mummy!


NM X 

13 comments:

  1. Oh my two are still at this stage 3 years on!!

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  2. I was thinking exactly the same yesterday lol my daughter is the same! Nappy change:NO (as she lies on the floor) Milk?:NO then asks for it 2seconds later haha! They just love to test the power of the word I think! Ha ha xx

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  3. I have the same with my 14 month old. Testament to how much I tell him off, his first word was 'no'. Love this post. x

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  4. I wouldn't worry about it - No is a nice simple word for them to learn and then apply to everything. "do you want more", "no" and then opens mouth for more. It made me giggle. At 21 months my little one is now happily using "no" when it's appropriate!

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  5. I seem to remember you were big on "NO" at that age!!! Nice to see smith taditions carrying thru th generations!! xo

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  6. We love the word no here aswell!

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  7. haha how cute (I know I won't be saying that when BB is saying NO to everything) xxx

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  8. So funny when they get attached to one word!
    We're on more at the moment or oopsie!

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  9. Very funny! But it looks like a conversation...I particularly like the 'cheese or ham' - 'no' exchange.

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  10. It was my sons first word and answer to everything. Gets frustrating after the 23rd 'no' of the day, huh?

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  11. LOL-they sure know how to learn all the "good" stuff from us.

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  12. Here is the book I mentioned to you on Twitter. Look on eBay too in case you can get it cheaper on there. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Writers-Book-Days-Spirited-Companion/dp/1577311000?&camp=2486&linkCode=wey&tag=thethoandmuso-21&creative=20370

    xx

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  13. I'm glad its not just me. I'm just dreading what she's pick up next!

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