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    Is what Yasin said when he dropped his cheese in the supermarket today!!
    I hope no-one who was nearby speaks toddler - I need to clean up my language.
    Now that Yasin is having a langauge explosion I'm hearing how I speak and sound.


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    OOPS ....My DD #2 can say some embarassing things.

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    PMSL, sorry Chloe. I had to come and read this thread to see what the title meant. Reading it toddler style I sure do get it.

    Could have been worse hun. Much worse.

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    then she said very loudly, 'BOOoo BEEee!'
    That's just hilarious - what else can you do but laugh?

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    Oh dear - he said it about three times this morning and when I saw that I was running late and started to say it he finished up for me. Today is his childcare day. I don't know how I'm going to look the childcare women in the eye. They all seem so nice and non-sweary.

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    HAHA Chloe, Just say OMG who else here swear's. He must have picked it up today, I have NEVER heard him swear before. LOL.

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    hehehe good luck with trying to stop it being repeated. I'm counting the days until Osc repeats something really naughty - everything is plonkee this plonkee that (....plonkee car, plonkee truck, plonkee man....(hence my username) since i told him his father was a plonker and that was about 2 months ago.

    Julie x

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    my youngest really favoured this word. it was his third word after mum and daddy... i just gave him no reaction to the word but i would say immediately 'oopsy'. after about a week (sooo long when he says it often and clear!) he started to replace it with oopsy..

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    Lily used to say sh*t perfectly, oops. So when she said it we started saying sheep. So now she just says sheep instead.

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    Thanks for the suggestions. I've been trying to say oh dear and oops after he says it but he hasn't caught on yet.
    I'm trying to stop being such a swearypants myself but it might take a while to change my habits (and DHs). I've also banned DH from putting people who swear on speaker phone - he'll just have to live with cancer on his ears lol.

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