I’m pretty sure I remember my brother writing in a post about Baby C’s tendency to say “ok” to everything. I just don’t remember which post it was. Anyways, Baby C will say “ok” to anything that you ask him, basically. “Do you want to go outside?” “Ok.” “Do you want some cereal? “Ok.”
He also has a game he likes to play with me. He’ll say, “Baby C’s turn,” which means that I’m supposed to chase him. Eventually, I’ll catch him, pick him up, and tickle him while saying, “Ha-ha. Uncle Revis got you!”. As soon as he’s done laughing, if my daughter is with us, he’s say, “Baby E’s turn”. I will then have to repeat the process with her. The only difference is that I obviously say “Daddy” when I catch her, instead of “Uncle Revis”. After this is accomplished, he’ll say “Baby C’s turn,” again. This will repeat until my back can no longer handle doing it.
Saturday night, Mrs. Revis and I stopped over at my brother’s house while out walking with Baby E. Baby C asked to play our little game, and I obliged him for a few minutes. After I stopped, him and his cousin ran around the room for a little while. A few minutes later, Baby C bent down and put his head on the ground, as if to attempt a somersault. I happened to be walking by at the time, so I gently nudged him with my foot. “Ha-ha,” I said. “Uncle Revis kicked your butt.”
He apparently thought this was a continuation of our game, because he then said, “Baby E’s turn.”
I responded with, “It’s Baby E’s turn to kick your butt?”