Elizabeth (greyautumnrain) wrote,
Elizabeth
greyautumnrain

No

I've been in denial for a few weeks, but it is now unmistakable that Margaret uses "no" in context, complete with emphatic head shaking. While this is ultimately a useful language development, it's a tad frustrating when it happens when I am trying to feed her the yogurt that she demanded not five minutes ago and suddenly decides that she does not want once it's in the bowl in front of her.
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