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Conversations With Sophia

by The Next Family March 03, 2010

By: Brandy Black

sophia speaks

This was the conversation I had with Sophia last night, word for word…

Sophia- (she spilled a small amount of spaghetti sauce on her shirt) Mama, my shirt is wet, take off, need to put in the laundry.

Me- Ok, after dinner honey

Sophia- Shirt go to the Laundromat.

Me- We don’t need to go to the Laundromat sweetie- we have a washer and dryer at home, you’re thinking of Trixie from Knuffle Bunny (our favorite book) they don’t have a washer and dryer at home.  Maybe I’ll take you to a Laundromat one of these days so you can see what they look like. Sound good?

Sophia- I would like to see it.

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