We are half way through our third snow day in a row and Isabelle and Jackson have been playing semi-nicely all day. Their play usually revolves around some type of family dynamic- a mom, some kids, sometimes a dad, or a dog. This is what I heard just moments ago:
Jackson: "Here baby, baby it's ok, baby come here" (as Isabelle is crying/moaning)
Isabelle: "JACKSON, I'm not a baby, I'm a horse"
Jackson: "Here baby, baby it's ok"
Isabelle: "JACKSON, I'm a HORSE, I have a leg sticking out of my gutter, PULL IT OUT!"
Jackson: "Belle horsey?"
Isabelle: "YES, I'm a horse. I'm having a baby, PULL IT OUT!"
Isabelle: "Don't HIT me, I'm having a baby" " I said: DON'T HIT ME!, PULL IT OUT!"
Not totally unlike any other birth I've seen and heard...
We have been working on proper terms for body parts, but I have no idea how she got "gutter" from "vagina".