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Flashlight or Torch?
Posted 10:56 AM on Mon-2-Jul-2012

It was time to get dressed, Kanon walked into his bedroom,

"oooh, its dark.  Don't worry Mummy, we can use my flashlight!"

He was very dissapointed that I just opened the curtains.  I must also remeber to cut down on the american programs, don't we call it a torch in New Zealand?

 

The other day Daddy was trying to get Kanon to use his manners to ask for a biscuit.

"Whats the magic word?" asked Daddy,

"Abracadabra" replied Kanon

Kanon won and get his biscuit.

Posted by Cazza


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Gillymama - 8:58 AM on Mon-16-Jul-2012  
thats funny - kids absorb soo much don't they! One thing we have here is saying Dance with an American accent - that comes from singing some USA songs. Can't get them to change!
zpete - 11:05 PM on Tue-10-Jul-2012  
Our magic word when wanting something was......
PLEASE"
JulieKidspot - 1:23 PM on Fri-6-Jul-2012  
My youngest would look for his 'flashlight' in the 'trunk' of the car, so he could walk along the 'sidewalk' - Disney Junior you have a lot to answer for!
raglanmum - 9:40 AM on Thu-5-Jul-2012  
Flashlight is very American! Just like garbage! We definetly call it a torch! The magic word is indeed 'abracadabra' - very clever! I asked 2 cute little girls once what the magic word was when I they wanted something... their answer: 'flowers'. :-)
MumBum - 11:49 PM on Wed-4-Jul-2012  
My friend's almost three year old has been listening to her Mother too much... her magic word? "NOW!!!"
thecoffeelady - 11:07 AM on Mon-2-Jul-2012  
Cute - I remember a young friend of mine who always used 'open sesame' for his magic word.


   
 
 
 
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