When Jack was 3 he learned what BFF meant. Jack had a BFF in Room 3A of his preschool. Then he learned OMG from one of the teachers. He loved throwing letters around. We all know I love to say FYI before most of my sentences. Jack uses it now too: “fyi, I’ll be pooping”. So it doesn’t faze us. Therefore we shouldn’t have been surprised when he started making up his own abbreviations for things. It’s funny how that little mind works.
Jack: Ohhh WTF!!!
me and Dennis: ???
me: What’s that Jack?
Jack: I know what WTF means. That’s all.
me: (wtf??) Okaaayyy, so what does it mean?
Jack: Will that fall.
me: Ohhh! That’s it? haha. Whew.
Jack did it again at dinner. He ate like a wild animal and then couldn’t possibly finish the last bite. He groaned out loud.
Jack: Too fulllllll!!! (pushing his plate away) Now I’m F-A-F-A-F
Jack: Nooooo. (he runs around the table and whispers loudly in my ear)
me: Say it don’t spray it!
Jack: Mommm! It means (whisper) Full and Fat and Furry…
me: Oh I didn’t get that. Can I tell Daddy?
Jack: (clamps his hand down on my mouth) NOOOO No Daddy. No!
me: Sheesh, why not.
me: Okay fine!
Dennis: I really didn’t care what it meant anyway, so we’re good.