Klubnikis, Napoleon, and Armies

My niece Klubnikis who is not yet two years old always invents funny new names for everything. For example, she says “armies” instead of “arms.” So now we all know that when Klubnikis says “armies”, this means she needs to be taken in one’s arms and hugged. I got so used to this that now whenever I hear the word “armies”, I feel the need to hug my niece.

Today in class, I started saying, “And then Napoleon’s armies. . .” Then I cut myself short and looked around for a child to hug. Sadly, there was none.

I miss Klubnikis, people. I try to control the cute baby posts but they keep spilling out of me. Sorry!

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