My son is just learning a lot of things. Some things we don't know where he got it from. One of the things that I observed from him these past few days is he's correcting us whenever we say something and not supposed to be said. Just like when he complain that he is thirsty, we ask him if he wants water, he'd say "not water, juice". Then there was one time that he's sticking his fingers in his glass, his Dad tell him not to stick his hands in his glass and he answered, "not hands, fingers". It's kinda funny for me.
But one thing that bothers me a lot is when he is playing or messing up with things that he is supposed to. I may want to watch him every single second but it's too impossible cos I need to do some personal things. Just like the other day, he was playing with ball lock pins. No matter how I tell him that he can only play his toys and things, he still loves to mess around with some other things. Kids will be kids, they're always curios and the more you say no, the more they wanted to do it but I'd still say no whenever I needed to cos some things may hurt him if he'd keep doing it.
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