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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Conversation With DD

I cannot deny that I talk in my own language when I get mad with the kids. I don't want them to understand the not so good words I use. Once in the blue DD would ask me what is tagalog words for certain stuff.

They knew how to say water in my language. Then, one day she asked me to put some water on her water bottle. She asked me what we call bottle in tagalog...which I told her bote. Almost sounds like booty and she put it together too big booty. The tagalog word for water is tubig, sounds like too big. She made me laugh out loud. She is a stinker she calls me "mommy has a water bottle"


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