Hey, Mom, watch my fancy moves.
(posing and cutting eyes over to me while holding said pose)
Is that a fancy move?
B: Hey, Mom, I was upside down on my head.
A: You were?!
B: Yeah, I was so brave for doing that.
A: Take a good nap, and when you wake up, we'll go to Ashley and Parker's house.
B: (gasp) Hey wait, Mom? Um, is Parker a gril or a boy?
A: He's a boy.
B: (gasp) Hey wait, Mom? Um, is Parker a kid?
B: (gasp) Hey wait, Mom? Does Parker have toys at his house?
A: Um, yes.
B: (gasp) What kind of toys does he have?
A: We'll have to go to find out!
He's really figuring out which questions have the most important answers. I'm so proud. Also, in case you hadn't noticed, Blake mispronounces the word "girls." I replicate it here because it's funny, and attempting to correct him yields "No, I don't want to say it like that. I say it like this: 'grils.' Okay?" Trying to correct the way he pronounces some (but not all) of his "th" sounds gets the same results. And I have to admit that hearing "Look at that! Over der!" is pretty funny and cute, right up until he sees the speech derapist.