Toddler Arguments

The great thing about 2,5-year-olds is that they talk. The bad thing about them is that they talk. Including to each other.

“Tomorrow I’m taking you to get your flu shot,” I told Klara.

“My friend Maxwell had a flu shot. He says it hurts!”

“Well, it hurts a bit but then it doesn’t.”

“My friend Maxwell says it hurt a lot. He cried! Did you get a flu shot, Mommy?”

“Uhm, no, not yet. But I’m going to. . .”

“My friend Maxwell had a flu shot! He says it hurts. You made a mistake, Mommy!”

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4 thoughts on “Toddler Arguments”

  1. Unsolicited medical advice:

    You and N have an obligation to get your own flu shots so you don’t risk bringing the illness home to Klara! (Also remember to get your singles vaccine in seven years.)

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  2. You made a mistake, Mommy!”
    It’s better than, “you lied!” :)))))
    (Getting your ears pierced at the Pagoda Pagoda is NOT like a pinch.)

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