The Little one is learning to recognize the shapes nowadays. She keeps pointing at things and I tell her the shape. She cannot articulate few words well but a pro in sign language and can make you understand a three-hour movie with her signs (She invented these signs and expects all of us to understand it without a miss). Anyways, so here is what happened on yesterday:
*Baby V* *dancing* *rhymes playing on T.V*
Whee na b ooo (sign language)
Are you singing wheels on the bus go round and round?
*Baby V* *nodding her head*
Yes (sign language, words are too precious to be used for pity reasons)
*Me* *cooking lunch and keeping an eye on her*
Good, do you like this poem?
*Baby V**Ignores my question* *runs to her room, get a book and pointing at shapes*
*Me* *gave a glance and back to my cooking*
Yes that’s a book baby
*Baby V* *pointing at ball*
Mama bawww (sign language *circle*)
*Me* *busy in cooking* *smiling*
Yes, baby, that’s ball and its round in shape
*Baby V* *clapping, happy dance*
Then she goes back to her poem and starts dancing again. A few seconds later, I find her staring at me for a second.
Mama mama (sign language circle)
*Me* *little puzzled**Looking for what she is pointing at*
What is round baby?
*Baby V** pointing her finger straight towards me*
Sign language (Circle)
I burst into laughter and make a mental note to reduce a bit of weight before my little sign language expert turns into Miss talking train. I picked her up and tried deviating her mind to some other shaped by showing it in the book. But my laughter attack made her understand that she was on point when she said mom is round in shape and she kept repeating it every hour. I am pretty sure once the Man of the House is back from office he and baby are going to have a gala time with this new found “shape joke”.
This blog (Day 3) is written for #BarAThon Edition 2 hosted by Blog-A-Rhythm.
You can read my previous blog in the series here.
LOL this is so funny and adorable at the same time Kavita. Give your little muchkin a giant bear hug on my behalf
Haha… You made me nostalgic about a few similar incidents that happened when my kids were that age!
Have always been intrigued by the sign language scene….Cute post….enjoy every bit of it…
Such an adorable write up. Loved it
Suchh posts make me reminisce my kids and their stages of all these special things that they did! Now that they are older .. all i can do is look back!
hahahah such an adorable little post!! Much love to baby V 🙂
This is so cute Kavita. Children are so pure and undiluted that they tell the truth and seems to be enjoying always.
Hhahaha….what cute & funny conversation.
Ha ha…. we dont mind kids saying these things, but imagine our spouse saying this & then our reactions.
Hilarious post. Loved the conversation.
Such a hilarious post , loved it 🙂
HAhahahha! This is hilarious??
ha ha I am sure what ever she was saying you are is her fav and she loves it so much ….
That was a fun read. I really enjoyed reading it. I am sure all Moms can understand their baby’s sign language.
Wonderful Read… must say!
This was surely a fun read
haha…what a lovely read…kids really say something not at all expected at times!!!
Got to love their innocence!
This looks soooo cute!!
This is so funny. Mind well your kid is watching you ??
Oh my god… These kids are so clever. Ball and round shape lol
I know my toddler will do the same.I need to reduce the weight.
Ha …. ha … ha …… kids are smart. Sometimes they leave us embrassing also.
That was a fun read. Love how she can communicate with sign language and Kids! They do say the darnest things:)
I have made a mental note to meet you in person someday, you are sooooo funny lady.
I loved the conversation here.. goo goo gaa gaa boo boo baa baa and circle pointed towards you ???
I must never ask that question to my miss then. Lovely post
Well kids say the toughest things in the sweetest ways!