- When he wakes up, Uh-oh.
- When he sets his car down gently on the floor, Uh-oh.
- When A does something he isn't supposed to in another room, uh-oh uh-oh uh-oh.
- When he runs out of food on his tray, Uh-oh.
Friday, November 22, 2013
As I said yesterday, H has learned to say uh-oh. It is generally accompanied with a very dramatic two hands over his mouth and worried eyes. It is hilarious.