Two Parts Mother, One Part Translator

Two Parts Mother, One Part Translator

This morning when I got Thomas out of his crib, he pointed to a group of toys on the floor and said, “Bee Bee Bah!”

So I handed him the Baby Bottle for one of Ruthie’s doll’s.

He furrowed his brow, threw it to the floor, and pointed again.

“BEE BEE BAH!” He said more emphatically.

I looked at the toys again, and realized there was a Hot Wheels school bus among them, and he was saying, “Beep, Beep, bus!”

At least I figured this one out, which is more than I can say for the phrase Ruthie stumped me with.

One thought on “Two Parts Mother, One Part Translator

  1. I’ve worked in childcare and there have been times when I’ve wished that the job description had asked “Will you need a translator for this position?”

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