“Sorry” doesn’t seem to be the hardest word

 
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Among the many words that have crept into Ethan’s vocabulary of late, one very important and precious word has been added too.  And that word is “sorry”.

However, he doesn’t really use it much in the apologetic manner, but more so when he accidentally bumps, or hurts himself.  For example, when he is playing or running around, and he accidentally falls down or knocks his knee, he will put on a really adorable and sad face and say, “Oh sorry, sorry…”.  And only when we kiss the spot that hurts does he go about his own business again.

Speaking of getting hurt accidentally, we have noticed that since Ethan started attending daycare, he has become more gungho and is more adventurous.  Sometimes he throws caution to the wind, and well, ends up getting hurt.

But regardless, with that face, and that tone of voice going, “Sorry”, it’s really hard to resist not giving him a hug and kiss!

 

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6 comments

Does he stare down at his knee when he says, “sorry”? :)

Joyce says: Nope, actually he looks forlornly at us when he says that :P

Hehehe…is he apologizing to the floor or the things he bump into?

Joyce says: Haha..that’s a GOOD one!

Is that picture taken recently.

Ethan sure looks rounder now : )
Having jolly good time at the States eh?

Joyce says: Yeah, as a matter of fact, I was just telling Pete the same thing! Yes, that picture was taken just last weekend.

hmm…. I wonder is he saying ’sorry’ to his injured part of his body….*wink*

being more gungho…. I think its a good thing. I really do!

Joyce says: Yeah, I think being more gungho is part and parcel of growing up as a boy, huh?

wow, then this “sorry” is really a magic word :)

Joyce says: It is, isn’t it?

My boy’s like that too. Using “sorry” in the wrong context. But when he really did something wrong and we ask him to say “sorry”, he jes refuse to say it. :S

Joyce says: Haha, that’s funny…but don’t you think that just makes it more adorable?