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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Sixty Eight: Vocabulary

Lately, Hayden has been experimenting with using some new bigger words. It started with the word "seriously", and he seriously uses it in every other sentence. To ask a question (seriously?). Or just to make an emphatic point (seriously!). First graders are so mature like that.

The other night after Davis spilled his milk we experienced the following conversation* (if that's what you call it).

Davis: Wahhhh! Wahhh! (crying over spilled milk, even though it goes against everything you've ever heard)

Hayden: See, that's why you shouldn't have lunchables pizza Davis!

Me: What? Hayden, it had nothing to do with his lunchables pizza. He spilled his milk.

Hayden: No seriously, it does. It's a bad influence.

Me: That makes no sense.

Hayden: Literally, it is a bad influence

*I realize that this whole exchange makes no sense at all, I just find it humorous that he tries to throw in big words like he really knows the meaning behind them. Hopefully this will help him on the SAT one day.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a crack-up!!!

Aunt Amy said...

Seriously it is because he is smart. :)

Mica said...

Consequently, I hereto believe that allegedly his thoughts simultaneously make expeditious logic therein forthcoming.

So funny! He never fails to crack me up!

kel said...

love it...so funny.