Jake was heading on upstairs & asked for my company.
What that actually means is that he wanted me to play music from ‘Frozen’ on my ‘phone while he had a poo. That’s become something of a tradition here.
After ‘Frozen Heart’ (his favourite) & a little ‘For the First Time in Forever’ Ellie decided to join us.
“I’m not Ellie, my name is Shakora”
I don’t even know where she gets this one from.
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We were talking about a new game that Jake & Ellie got for Christmas: Doggie Doo.
Basically it involves feeding pretend doggie food to a pretend doggie then rolling a (real) dice which gives you the chance to get pretend doggie to do a pretend doggie poo. Whoever has the most pretend doggie poo at the end of the game wins.
Just what is it about poo that young children find so hilarious anyway?
Ellie however wasn’t convinced.
“I don’t want to play Doggie Doo because it’s too smelly.”
Us: “It’s not real poo, it’s just plastic.”
Ellie: “Oh. Well I think that’s just silly. And quite odd.”
It’s amazing how grown up she can be sometimes!
The game however is actually quite fun, as long as you understand that with 3-year-olds any rules are entirely optional & can be ignored at any time – usually when 1 of them isn’t winning.
And it’s not at all smelly, but definitely very silly!
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