Harder to Transcribe

Conversations with Magoo are a little harder to transcribe so I thought I’d just share some of his speech with you via video-blog. He’s learning to mimic well and even uses some words in context. At this point drinks are still “geeks” and he has erased the word “yes” from his little lexicon. In place of “yes” he says “please” or “fweeee”. EVERY. TIME.

Some things to notice – The giant curls sticking out of his head, the way he says “Whaaaaa?” like an annoyed teenager when he’s busy and I try to get him to face the camera, the look on his face when I take the phone away.

If you’re my mom, you may enjoy this video. If you’re someone else, I’ll get back to work and write something for you tomorrow.

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23 Responses to Harder to Transcribe

  1. grammyelin says:

    I AM your Mom and I LOVE it !!!!!

  2. I love love love his cuteness. And that face at the end of the video… holy crud!

  3. Priceless. Totally priceless.

    And that face at the end, hi-larious!

  4. Heidi says:

    I’m obviously not your Mom (see above messeage from Mom, plus I’d LIKE to think I’m way too young but then I’d be lying) and I loved it!

  5. Goslyn says:

    Tom was fascinated by Magoo’s video. He says “Hi.”

    And about the look on Magoo’s face while he’s waiting for you to dial the phone? HILARIOUS. You’re going to have so much fun when he hits the teenage years.

  6. Mary C says:

    So dad-gum cute! I LOVE the exasperated look he gave you. So cute. And cool to hear what your voice sounds like, too!

  7. Jen says:

    So cute! Just want to squeeze him!

  8. Karly says:

    That is one cute little dude you’ve got. Both my kids loved the video!

  9. Erin Marie says:

    He is too cute. Makes me baby hungry. I’m sure my DH appreciates it. I should make him watch the video, too. Then, he’ll know where I’m coming from.

  10. jeana says:

    Oh, my eyes! I’m blinded by the cuteness!

    Actually I was thinking about Magoo today when I read an article at the doctor’s office that said there is a correlation between the growth of the brain (literal size of the head) and how high the IQ is. But only in the first year. So basically it’s too late for my kids, but I’m thinking you’ve got a little genius on your hands there. Which was, of course, confirmed by the video.

  11. World class cute. Makes me wish Sean were that age again. Sigh.

  12. the face at the end…priceless!

  13. Liz says:

    I just want to know if he’s happy and he knows it, does he pretend like he’s petting a hamster?

  14. RGLHM says:

    I loved that! Oh the phone part was hilarious. What a kid!

  15. Nantiemeg says:

    oohhh, i love him, I love him, I loffe heem!!! Can I come play one day? Fweeee?

  16. Jen says:

    Okay, to my daughter your son has just become the equivalent of a movie star. She woke up unreasonably early this morning, “Clifford” was not on TV yet…but there was Magoo on computer! Apparently he is just as fascinating as any of the shows on PBS. She requested that we “watch the baby” five times in a row before I said enough was enough.

  17. Mir says:

    He slayed me with that look at the end. The PHONE! You took the PHONE!

  18. Megan says:

    I am coming out of lurkville to tell you that I love your site and your kids. Magoo? Precious! Keep on taking those videos and pictures! My son Peanut is 15 months old and I love to see other little guys around his age! BTW…how old is Magoo? I guess I just assumed he was somewhere around the 15-24 months range! (Can you tell I’m a first time mom with no other reference to baby ages beside my own baby!)

  19. bon says:

    HAHAhahaahaa! I think my youngest girl Pearl, now has a crush on Magoo!

  20. Dang cute. Cute enough to get met comment, and that doesn’t happen on many blogs…

  21. Sarah says:

    That is the cutest video. I’m going to have to do that with my son tomorrow (he’s just over two). I loved those expressions. And my son says “gink” for “drink.”

  22. KYouell says:

    The Biscuit seconds all the others (fourths? fifths?) and agrees that there should be more Magoo movies and less of his Mommy just sitting and reading. Although, he does point and get excited each time your floating head appears on the screen. Maybe he likes the whole Daring Family.

    Great. I’ve made my son into a blog stalker.

  23. Aunt Murry says:

    Perfectly precious!

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