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"Mama, carry you."
Between 2 and 3, he didn't get pronouns yet, and he thought "you" always meant him. :-)

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a boy is leaning 70 degrees to the back. a gold light is 5 feet above the boy. a 10 foot tall woman is 2 feet in front of the boy. she is facing the boy.
Nanook (2017) 
ha ha funny, my sisters grandson is a very very picky eater and so has recently began saying " No, Cyler can't want to eat that".they say the darndest things. :-DD
nheiges (2017) 
That's great! They're just hilarious at that age.
hedgehog1965 (2017) 
When my daughter was young, an often used phrase was "No thank you, I don't as much like it"
(Mostly referring to vegetables)
nheiges (2017) 
So cute. And very polite! :-)
hedgehog1965 (2017) 
...and my other daughter used to say "Daddy, carry you" :-)
- which usually meant on my shoulders
nheiges (2017) 
Oh, I'm suddenly remembering how convenient it was when he would ask for two cookies instead of one and I could get away with breaking one in half. Once he had something in each hand, he was satisfied.
nheiges (2017) 
Sweet memories, aren't they? :-)
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