Remember the toddler stage of speech for children? That is when close family and friends can interpret the words or phrases? Our house is no exception! Tristan has been in the toddler phase of speech for 11 years.
One day when our friend was helping us with Tristan. Brian quickly gave Tristan a verbal clue to stop. Brian said, “Bep!” Immediately Tristan stopped and did not go into a room that he is not allowed to enter.
Our friend said, “Bep! That is the word I needed to have for him to stop? This information would be useful to know!”
Brian explained, “Yes that is Tristan’s version of stop. Sorry, we didn’t fill you on it.”
We all kind of chuckled. It made me think, “What else do we say that is code?”
Enjoy another healthy dose of laughter from our home!