Lately little Miss. has been a fountain of fun with the things that come out of her cute little mouth. The most recent comment involved the word "kitty" and her constant desire to use the "t" sound instead of the "k".
That's right, yesterday her teacher told me that they were pretending that they were cats and little Miss. was asking the other little kids to pet her "titty". Oh my.
Almost as good as when she told me I would make a great witch for Halloween, only she used a "b" instead. Yupe that's my daughter.
On that note, she also concerns me with some of the things that she says. Last night she was telling me that she just didn't feel like herself. I asked her to tell me what she felt like, and her response was to tell me she felt "white", I asked her to elaborate a bit, and she said "you know, blank, nothing." Where does a 4 year old learn this? Should I be concerned? Such a deep thing for a child to say.
I think I would rather have the cute things, rather than the deep, disturbing (at least to me) comments.