We are back – Logisms Part 2. When I typed that in my mind I heard the voice from the Cha Cha Slide. You know when the guy says, “This is Part 2.” Is there a Part 1, Part 3? I have been to many, many weddings since the Cha Cha Slide was first introduced and to this day, I am always cha cha in again and turnin’ it out to part 2.
Because I want no reader in the dark, This is what I am talking about.
So, I am back with Logisms Part 2, and if you missed Part 1, well, you missed out. Luckily for you I care and will easily redirect you to Part 1, Here.
Basically since this is my space I am savoring all the little things my little two year old says, that we swear as parents we will write down or not forget, but we do. And, so quickly!
Life with Logan is fast-paced and high energy and my little girl amazes me with her intelligence and imagination. She absorbs what we say and communicates in the most authentic ways. Here are a few Logisms we found ourselves chuckling over.
— One night as the three of us were sitting down for dinner, Logan looked up from her plate, took a sip from her cup and nearly choked on the dreadful taste of water. “Juice?” She asked. “No, baby Mommy ran out of juice. You can drink water,” I replied. She sat there starring at her cup, stood up on the dining room chair, pointed to our front door and proclaimed, “You should go shopping. Open the door!”
— When we go to dress Lo and place the shirt over her head, covering her eyes for a mere few seconds she will ask, “Where me at?”
— Butter. My dear daughter is obsessed with butter! She is like a little ole’ Southern Bell. Anytime the butter comes out of the refrigerator she follows me around the kitchen chirping, “Me want butter. Me want butter!” After asking, me saying no and she asking why several times, I looked at her and said, “Logan, the butter has to go on something. You cannot eat it alone.” To which she quickly replied, “I know, my tongue!” Well, played. Well, played.
— Recently she caught some sort of flu or sickness. We had one throw up incident and then one very tired little girl. She just laid on the couch, head burning up and wanted to rest. I asked her, “What is wrong? What hurts?” She responded, “My arm.” So, I asked, “Are you achy?” She looked up at me and said, “No, Mommy. I Logan.”
There you have it! Logisms Part 2. We chuckled over these in the moment and I hope they bring a smile or laugh to you. If you have a little one in your life, please write this stuff down. Go to the dollar store head to my girlfriend, T.J. Maxx and buy a cheap notebook and record these little sweet, blunt, organic moments with your kids.
Now, I am going to excuse myself and look over YouTube for Part 1 and Part 3 of the Cha Cha Slide – do that stuff, do that stuff.
Did you like this post? Well, please share! And, if you want to read more, may I suggest:
- Logisms Part 1
- 10 Reasons Why Living With A Toddler Is Like Living With A Drunk Person
- When You Give A Two Year Old A Mini Shopping Cart