Recently when Evan started really talking, I wrote a post about it called the Toddler Chatters Have Begun. I knew from that point on that I was in for a long, long road of listening to things said to me over and over and over again.
Evan has moved on from talking about Tiger Woods (sorry Tiger), to now the following: "What does (insert any noun you can think of here) do?"
Case in point:
Me: That is a chicken, Evan (after seeing one that was skinned)
Evan: What does a chicken do?
Me: A chicken says 'cluck cluck'
Evan: What does 'cluck cluck' do?
Me: Evan that is the sound a chicken makes, silly.
Evan: What does a sound do?
Me: A sound is something that we can hear.
Evan: Mommy what's that? (fish feeder that you put a quarter in to get food for the fish)
Me: That is a fish feeder.
Evan: What does a fish feeder do?
Me: We put money in it so that we can get food for the fish.
Evan: What does money do?
Me: Money lets up get food for the fish.
Evan: What do fish do?
Me: Fish swim in water.
Evan: What do water do?
Okay so you get the drift. I don't know if I am going to make it or not!! These question and answer sessions usually end up with me walking away and pretending I don't hear him or trying to change the subject, which is risky since the next topic could end up in this same cycle. HELP!!
What has your toddler began to say over and over and over again?