Sometimes you teach sometimes you are taught.
So squish A comes up with a red balloon and a smile and ask, "Where is the ka su?"
That is phonetically written of course. So I look at her puzzled and say, "Cashew?", taking her to the dry storage and start pulling out the nuts.
"No, Momma, Ka Su?!!!" A says again somewhat frustrated. I take her to the closet and start pulling out costumes, "Costume?", I say.
"No, Mom Ka Su, where is the Ka Su!!" A is still patient but more demanding. Oh do you want a, "tissue?" Mom asks
"No, ka su!!!" A has lost patience
Momma is getting panicky
Ka Su, Ka Su what the hell or rather where the hell is a Ka Su!!!!!
A looks at me and then asks, "Don't you understand English?, a Ka Su!!!"
Yes Squish A who just recently turned three and I mean recently just put my grasp of the English language on the line!!!! Now the horrible part is that this child had a point and what is it that she was looking for?
Well a friggin Kazoo of course just like she said...
Not really homesteading
2 years ago