Warm breath against my ear as you whisper things that only I can hear… Like, Mama, te quiero, I love you. I smile as warm breath against my ear travels to and fills my heart, then say out loud for all to hear, Yo te quiero tambien, I love you too. Every day my life is filled with love. How lucky am I?
I totally get why companies market to children. Children are easily smitten by ads and will nag their parents to buy whatever it is they want. Put Pie, my 3-year-old, is a sucker for advertising. In the evenings when I’ve put my younger daughter Luna Pie to bed and I’m DONE, I let the television babysit while I get on the computer. Periodically I’ll hear,
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This post was inspired by Put Pie, my 3-year-old, and her love of wearing mismatched socks. It’s a fashion choice for her, it makes her happy and a little more excited about her day. I think it’s cute, but the other day El Qué Dirán tried to contaminate Put Pie via me. For those of you that don’t know what El Qué Dirán is, Urban Dictionary defines
Unknown Papi: Babe, how do I make (fill in the blank with something he is perfectly capable of making on his own without asking me)? Unknown Mami:You’re a man figure it out. Put Pie (she’s 3): Noooo, he no man…he a papa! Unknown Papi and Unknown Mami burst into laughter. Wisdom from a 3 year old. What’s the saying? Out of the mouths of babes