This kind of statement has become the norm these days: "C'mon baby, have your lunch and then let's shave your head. I have more chores left to do still. Chop chop!!"
TO is the gift that keeps giving. Sadly, I don't know how to switch it off! I was helping him out with some comprehension sentences when the name Elizabeth came up. He knows Elizabeth mainly in conjunction with the Queen and Buckingham palace and automatically tacked on "The Queen" in front of the name leading... Continue Reading →
It is a theory of mine that depending upon the kind of ride TO is in, his thought process changes accordingly. I had a flat tire today and had to take an auto rickshaw to get around. I think the abundance of the fresh-polluted air got to him and he came up with such gems... Continue Reading →
That's a random number by the way. It just seems like there's way too many lost in translation situations with TO. Today's was hilarious because of the kind of kneejerk reaction TO gave to the whole misunderstanding. So the boy needs a haircut and as has been the case with the past few haircuts, he's... Continue Reading →
The brat is keeping us massively entertained with the things he's been learning in school. And while he no longer has the problem with his hearing that he did before, he is still prone to quite a bit of distractibility. That coupled with things that are repeated while he is in a group, like the school assembly,... Continue Reading →