Monday, December 17, 2007

Saying At The Right Time

(I'm) Sorry. I love you. Please. Excuse me. Thank you. He's learning to say them at the right time. Matt really is becoming better at it - everyday. I mean, his timing is much improved. And I really couldn't complain.

Except with the I love you. He's saying it rather too well at times that I can't help but think he's doing a gentle maneuver with my heart.

4 comments:

Melissa said...

They start their maneuvering so young these days.

I chose to look at it in a good way. I'm sure Hope will be hating me one day so for now I just take the loving and move on.

Jessica said...

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Gattina said...

The words he learns are very nice and important but the "I love you" should be reserved for only you and the close family, otherwise he will say to the cashier "I love you" lol !

Melanie said...

Isn't it funny how early they learn to try to maneuver you?

Hailey doesn't say it yet- but when I say it to her, she gently touches my face- which is apparently her way of saying it back.