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Little girl mimics baby goat!

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+4 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

You seem like a nice boy to me Billy:D Must be a Nanny Goat! if you don't know what a Nanny Goat was, maybe you shouldn't Google it :S
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+11 2. Klemm commented 3 years ago

So funny it had to loop 4 times... really?
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+6 3. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

a ha ha ha.. made me smile on a worst day this year has given me so far

btw we were doing our best with our first son, we had time we tried to teach him everything ... so he spoke very early , he reads capital letters since 3 years old.. sings perfectly.. and the other one .. well we are tired .. very tired .. so the first thing he said wasn't mama tata (daddy) he said poo(p) ( when he does it in the diaper )
second one was di si (dee see) which means where are you because his brother always plays hide and seek with him

they are like sponges and we must be very careful


P.s. judge what's with the new picture?
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+6 4. tomthecabinboy commented 3 years ago

This is more aptly named, "Baby goat mimics little girl"
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+7 5. BooTheGoose commented 3 years ago

I thought we were listening to the women mimicking each other.
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+6 6. Kenuty commented 3 years ago

the funny part is listening to the parents cackling BAHAHAHA
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+5 7. Austin commented 3 years ago

3. ComentAtor [with our first son, we had time we tried to teach him everything ]

LOL. That is both the beauty and the frustration about first language acquisition and the cognitive development of children. Parents, especially with the first child, often try to teach their kids everything but it really analogous to just nudging the bow of a boat as it rushes down river with a strong current. Children learn and acquire far more and far faster than care givers could ever hope to teach, model or present. And they do what they do (walk, talk, etc) on their own schedules. Parental input can guide and prod and try to facilitate but in the end – the child will do it when he or she is ready. And only he or she knows when that time is. Much to the parents dismay. Why isnt Veronika speaking / walking yet?? As for the 2nd child, birth order is yet another fascinating confound and can really mess parents up. Often #2, or 3 or 4 etc takes longer because siblings take over and provide support for certain needs and roles – thus delaying things. Beauty and frustration...
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+1 8. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

#7 oh you don't know my wife :) kids learn on their own.. but she was with him for a year (that is croatian maternity leave) and always trying sth.. the second one is saved .. he has a chance in life :D :squirrel:
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+1 9. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#3 That is a strong statement, that today is the worst day of your year so far. You seem like a nice man, I hope things will get better tomorrow. <3
And regarding your son, it's true what #7 said, trying to tech reading too early will make it into a lengthy struggle, learning how to read when the child's brain is ready, is effortless. It's like that with everything children learn.
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+2 10. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

he wanted to learn.. now he is into cars (and he reads) and so did i when i was four
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+1 11. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#10 So he got this from his Dad! :)