Monday, November 29, 2010

Rhetorical Questions Sometimes Get Answered

We are used to asking Zane questions and not expecting an answer. We've been doing this for his entire life, because the best way for a child to learn language is to hear people talk, and well, because we like making sarcastic comments. However, I think it's time for my husband and I to begin tempering our comments.

For example:

Zane: "Mommy, I poop!"

Me: "Geez, Zane. Can't you do that when your daddy is around?" This statement is said in a sarcastic tone with an eye roll for flourish, as if I am the only person in the house who ever changes a diaper/pullup in the three years since Zane was born.

Zane: "No."


  1. lol, I ask my ones to wait too, but they just don't get it :D The one thing that still cracks me up laughing is my husband coughing/retching while changing a soiled nappy :D Jen

  2. I hope he is not actually saving all his poops for you.

  3. Wow, too smart! ;-)

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