Sunday

My son is the cutest story teller:)

My son is delayed in his speach because of a lot of hearing problems. But he had mastered telling the story of the three little pigs. And I am so happy and proud of him! He tells it in his own special way and does all the actions while telling the story.

Little pig, little pig little ~ let me in.

Not by the hair of my chiny chiny chin.

Then I huff and I huff and I huff and I huff.......

And blow your house in.

He does the cutest biggest blowing and his mouth and lips get really big and just make you smile!

he will tell about all three pigs and then tell about the wolf going on and back up the chimney and then running into the woods. I am going to have to record him sometime for he to hear him tell the story when he is older.

I am teaching him about Goldie Lockes and the three bears now. I cannot wait until he tells the story back to me!!

13 comments:

  1. I love little kids versions of stories. My son likes to memorize funny stories too. Cute blog. Found you on MBC. Where did you get that cute breast cancer awareness button on the right? Did you make it? I want one!
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  4. Kids are so cute when they get "dramatic".

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  5. following you from MBC and I can relate to your post..my daughter is like that too.

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  6. Thats so sweet! I love the things kids come up with, its the best!!

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  7. What a cute story! My son, 22 months, started telling knock knock jokes while we were on vacation having breakfast. My oldest daughter, 4, is horrible at it because she tells the SAME joke over but finally got the punchline right. My son just says, kna kna, we say "who's there?" He then starts to laugh which is humorous alone. Love it! Follow me at www.yesmommythequeen.blogspot.com

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  8. How cute!

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  10. I can't wait for my little guy to start telling me stories.
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    xoxo

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  12. Great Blog! :-)...I ♥ it when my son tells stories too, I wanted him to go on so I keep on saying..."and then"...:-)

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