On the way to the day care yesterday, the kids asked me to turn on their (highly annoying) kids music. It's only 10 minutes, so I did. The first song on the dvd is Twinkle, twinkle little star. But since they had listened to the beginning the other day, Anya asked me to skip it and go further into the dvd. So I did. At which point Ally started squaking. "I wanted to listen to Twinkle twinkle..." I told her we were listening to another song and to wait, and she turned to Anya to complain.
"Thanks for making Mom skip that song, An---ya" She's been working on her sarcasm, and it was dripping. She had the voice down pat.
But Anya hasn't mastered sarcasm yet. Her response:
A bright and sunny, "You're welcome, Ally"
In a couple years, she'll probably say the exact same words, but they'll mean a whole different thing