Imitation is the highest form of flattery or proof that they sometimes listen to me.

The kids were all getting ready for bed.

“Stop copying me! I don’t like it.” said C.

“Yeah. We don’t like it when you copy us, J!” S repeated.

“But C! It’s because I love you!” said J.

There’s nothing you can say to that.

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3 responses to “Imitation is the highest form of flattery or proof that they sometimes listen to me.

  1. So honest and sweet. 🙂 Don’t boys/brothers eventually stop making direct statements of love and just start smacking each other around to show their affection? Mine is six, so while he still does plenty of smacking and rough housing, he hasn’t lost touch with his inner Mushy yet. I hope it doesn’t happen soon… this kind of stuff is so cute.

  2. redchampagne

    Yeah, I don’t know when it ends either. I think it depends on the kid sometimes. My middle child is much more sensitive and affectionate than his older brother. And my youngest sometimes still likes to cuddle like he’s two and other times I have to chase him down just to give him a hug.

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