My 3 and a half year old son Jamal has been memorizing more and more language from his videos. His latest favorite is Little Einstein's. Quincy, one of the characters says with high pitched excited voice "I CAN NOT BELIEVE IT!" all the time. Of course Jamal has picked this up and he will repeat it with the exact same intonation along with other memorized phrases throughout the day. Well, he has been very sick with a bad cough and runny nose so I took him to the doctors. When the nurse came in with the thermometer to take his temp under his arm he started crying and screaming. He was pushing her away saying "no no no!" When she tried to go ahead he looked at her and told her "I CAN NOT BELIEVE IT!" twice. It was so funny so I told her to lay off the temperature and respect his wishes. He didn't have a fever anyway. Don't they say the cutest things?
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