18 February 2010

Zoë Tales #10: A Little Lesson in Spanish



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Out of the blue this morning, Zoë announced that “komodo” is Spanish for broccoli.
I asked, “Wherever did that come from?!”
“From my head!”

23 COMMENTS:

(The) Ladybug Lounge formerly Msslaydbug said...

haha !! Love it ! I want some Komodo for dinner tonight !

Yelena R. said...

You just watch, she's going to invent her own language someday!

The Girl Next Door Grows Up said...

OK, that is super cute! I love it when they make up stuff!!

Nezzy said...

Out of the mouths of babes! Sweet

God bless your evening with sweet refreshing rest!

Menopausal New Mom said...

So was she right? She says the cutest things!

Stacie said...

LOL too cute! Gotta love her answer too.

Wanda said...

Awh....how cute!

Sarah said...

Haha. Cutie!!! Love your little girl.

Heather said...

So cute...and smart!

Rose Belle said...

Does she watch any kid Spanish show? We have Dora cartoon in my city that teaches kids Spanish and my girls watch this show sometimes. They would count in Spanish and repeat what they learn...bits only though. Your little girl is such a cutie!

I'm NOT a VOLCANO! said...

LOL! My 4 year old is really into Fancy Nancy- she's always making up words and saying that it's French. LOL

Jana said...

I would like one Zoe to go please.

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Good for her! She's teaching you all another language!

Alicia said...

Wow, is it really???

tattytiara said...

Which makes the komodo dragon either less or more terrifying, depending on your view of being made to eat your vegetables.

Keyona said...

Of course mom! LOL! I love that picture!

blueviolet said...

Her logic makes sense to me! ;)

Lindy said...

I wish I could say things like that and everyone think it was cute of me.

Dandy said...

Well from her head, of course Mom!

Leslie said...

lmao tooo cute!

Aunt LoLo said...

BWAHAHAHAHAH. Oh dear. That's too funny.

Melanie said...

She is absolutely adorable!!

Tezzie said...

haha! Where do they GET this stuff!

My kids are bilingual (Swedish and English), but they haven't quite figured out which language is which...Boy has taken to pointing out that he knows what such and such word is in English...and will then proceed to say it in Swedish. To add to the confusion, they're picking up Finnish at daycare, but they're able to keep that one separate since it's one they're actively learning instead of naturally understanding. They've also recently learned how to say hello in Chinese, so my 3 and 4 yr olds are running around the house saying "ni hao"...something I think is too cute!

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