We were walking through a flea market the other day and there were toys...my kid goes up to a plastic blue whale and says "I like blue whales"....it shocked us. We bought him the toy because we were so surprised he knew what kind of whale it was. Now, I know the common sense thing is to think that because the whale is blue he called it a blue whale...but he is having trouble learning his colors so I really don't think that's it.
And here is another one. I give him toast with strawberry jelly every morning, but lately he's been calling it strawberry jam. No one in my house says Jam...he doesn't go to daycare....where is he learning all of this? Maybe he's just picking it up from some of the tv shows he watches while I'm doing homework or something?
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