Sentencing Has Commenced

September 20th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  2 Comments

Up till now, he’s been babbling: lots of words, phrases, fragments. The only sentence-like things he’s uttered has been phrases he’s picked up wholesale, like song lyrics (“I like you”) and titles. But yesterday, our boy strung together a sentence for the first time. Was it an expression of maternal love, of deep philosophical import, of  faith in the future? After a fashion. Because the sentence was:

“I like pizza.”

Well, don’t you?


  1. Marty says:

    September 20th, 2010at 11:06 am(#)

    That sounds like a profound statement that will take him far in life. Mine recently pointed at the television and said, “That is a television.”

  2. scottstev says:

    September 20th, 2010at 12:30 pm(#)

    Just watch Louis CK own this material starting at 4mins or so.

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