The Baby has recently incorporated two phrases to her ever-growing arsenal: "but..." and "do you remember?"
The latter isn't as prominent but she does use it in tandem with the former.
On the drive home from day care, the Baby asked me, "I can have ice cream. " to which I responded, "after dinner."
She then promptly replied, "but...but..." and I simply said, "no buts. after dinner."
The Baby grunted and quickly responded with, "but... you said I can have ice cream. do you remember?"
Now I have no idea what in the hell she was talking about but there is no winning an argument with a two year old. They will just repeat the same thing over and over again and eventually start crying. And five minutes later will start randomly singing songs and laughing. Pretty much sounds like the Wifey on her 21st birthday.
In other news, I think we have officially conquered potty training with only a few minor accidents. The Baby woke up in the middle of the night over the weekend and just started saying she had to go pee and off she went.
The only downside is that I have to physically inspect her shit in the toilet and applaud her. I even do a celebration shit dance. It's getting kinda annoying but I guess if it keeps the crap in the toilet and not her underwear, I shouldn't complain too much.