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The Why Stage

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Ava has just entered the Why phase and until you actually live with someone who goes through the Why stage you can't really understand what is so horrible about it. Much worse than the NO stage as you feel compelled to answer each and every single Why simply because it is a question.
Today Ava pointed to a pimple on my face and asked why I had a nipple there. I asked her if she wanted to suck on it.
DAVe sent us some designs and they are excellent. Hopefully get these out by next year. We RAN OUT OF Poopyhead designs. I can't believe it. I am an idiot. Please call me and tell me how much of an idiot I am.
Jim came back and is deep into his novel. He set up an xmas tree, rearranged the living room and hung up xmas lights. I was out in the garage making t-shirts all weekend. I loved every minute of it. Heh

  1. Blogger Cityslicker Mom said:

    Oh, don't you just love the "why?" stage? It's so frustrating when my son asks why about things that are hard to explain, like, why is it raining! But you know one day you'll look back on it and cherish it...I think...

  1. Blogger Vixie said:

    The why stage is the pure innocence of childhood and doesn't last very long in the big scheme of things. This is a good time to give her puzzles that are just a little bit hard for her.

    Big kisses to mom and baby! XOXOXO

  1. Blogger Vixie said:

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  1. Blogger Vixie said:

    The why stage is the pure innocence of childhood and doesn't last very long in the big scheme of things. This is a good time to give her puzzles that are just a little bit hard for her.

    Big kisses to mom and baby! XOXOXO

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