As a child, my dad was my all-time favourite person. He took me everywhere with him, whether that was the cash and carry, the park, warehouses for shop stock, relatives houses, friends’ houses, the social club; we had fun. Continue reading
From the day Sid was born, I’ve been telling him, on a daily basis, that I love him. Verbally about 20-30 times without fail.
At 3 months old he repeated me saying “hello” to him, which was beautiful and we managed to capture it in this video
It didn’t take much for him to mimic me saying hello to him, but saying “I love you” seemed to be his kryptonite.
He randomly now repeats words that we use and throws them back at us.. I get him calling his mum “Shangeeee” or “dhaaaliin” which is really sweet.
So how do I get away with the occasional profanity?
So I was getting changed in Sangs dressing room and dropped the moisturiser on the floor. I was already rushed and a little stressed and accidentally used the S word.
Not realising Sid was say behind me on the floor he repeated me and said “oh sit”…
Sangs expression and my amazement were to be captured.
I couldn’t get the little monkey to say I love you despite the thousands of times I’ve said it to him, but the one time I swear infront of him and that’s what he repeats?!?!
So how do I get away with expressing myself without him using he same words in public?
You could say to me “Vish it’s not polite to swear anyway- try stopping.. ”
Well bollox to that.
How do we get away with it…!??
I figured that the best way to do it, is to find an alternative.
For example “Oh Duck!” For the obvious, or “come on mate!” instead of “learn how to drive you jackass”
I ask you all, parents and non parents- what are good alternative swear words ?