Containing the chaos, but just barely.
Wait 'til he gets the grown up ones. Turbo's teeth look really wierd now that he's losing the baby teeth.
Your child is adorable. Well, both of your children are adorable, but Oscar can say adorable things.
They ARE weird. And adorable. At least he can verbalize his weirdness.
You're right. Toddlers are weird.
LOL - he probably hadn't really thought about them before; now that he has, he's come to the conclusion that they're, well, big.Jan from the Sushi Bar
Yup, that was weird. No way around it. (Does it make you want to channel your mom and tell him if he keeps it up, they'll stick that way?)
I love the toddler obsession with big and little. It's so cute--and yes, weird what they get hung up on.
I find it both interesting and frustrating when toddlers try to convey their physical symptoms when they are sick. I've heard everything from "my belly is bursting full of bad stuff" right before a hurl to "the back of my teeth hurt" to signify a sore throat. You've got to love those little people! I stalk Miles and Oscar via FB weekly.
Ha, hilarious. Kids are so weird.
So did he inherit his big freaky teeth from you?
I love the weirdness. It keeps things entertaining.
Just found your blog and LOVE it! (Okay, is Turbo really VandyJ's kid's name?)Best,Dagmar
Oh, bless him. I feel like my teeth are too big a lot of the time!
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