During nap time I often put Ivan and Aron in the same room. Ivan is used to the routine and is pretty obedient, but Aron has a little more trouble settling down some days. His first few days in a big boy bed were especially frustrating for him as the novelty of being in the same room as Ivan and the new bed were tempting him to play instead of rest. I specifically told Ivan not to talk to Aron. “Even if he talks to you,” I said, “don’t answer him, just be quiet.”
As I turned to go he had a last minute question. “Mommy, should I just g’nore him?”
He meant ignore of course, and without batting an eye, I nodded and said, “absolutely! Just g’nore him.”
He has said it again several times and I am too tickled to correct him.
His “r” and “l” sounds are still coming out as “w” and that’s been the source of some confusion. When he says “pway” is he wanting to pray or play? I have had arguments with the poor kid because I thought he was wanting to pway when it was time to pway.