"Stop hitting your brother on the head!"
Which wouldn't be so remarkable, except it's directed at the 16-month-old.
"Don't drink tushy water!"
Because really, what is bathwater, anyway?
If Ariella was a Looney Toon, she would be reading her book and walk right off the cliff, plummet 1,000 feet, be momentarily covered in a dirt cloud, then dust herself off and continue walking. Without ever taking her eyes off her book.
"Mommy! The kvutzot are in this book!"
At Yaakov's gan, the children are divided into groups. Each group has the name of one of the Hebrew vowels. Yaakov was amazed to discover all of the groups congregated together in one of Ariella's books.
[7 a.m.] "What's for dinner?" Answer is followed by: "Oh."
Yaakov and I enjoy finding other Mitsubishi Grandises (Granden?) on the road and shouting this aloud in exictement. Also: "Twin Brother Car!" when the fellow Grandis is also white.
Loyal Readers, what are YOUR soundbytes?
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