That’s how my oldest used to say “Thank you” when he was about two years old. Now that he is thirteen I find myself still reminding him to say “thank you” when he goes to a friend’s house or to a birthday party or when a friend’s parent drives him to school.
From Two Peds in a Pod®: We are thankful for our readers, our facebook friends, and our subscribers for continuing to send us ideas and for telling parents around the world about our down-home source of “sound pediatric advice for parents on the go”. We’ll keep writing as long as you all keep reading.
Today, may you enjoy cramming in folding chairs to your dining room table, the sleepy post Thanksgiving feast lull, and the sight of heaps of children piled onto a tiny couch.
Dadu and Happy Thanksgiving,
Julie Kardos, MD and Naline Lai, MD
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