April 6th, 2005
Apparently when my brother says “badgerbadgerbadger” to my nephew Daniel (2.5 years old), he responds with “Mushroom!”
Somehow this is my fault.
I think it’s fantastic.
EDIT: This old webcam seems appropriate:
does your brother often walk around saying "badger badger badger" ?
I must teach my nephew this trick!
Ive already taught him to yell "Look what I can do!" and then spaz out.
hehe, this is exactly what Uncles are for.
Kim, that's brilliant. If my brother ever breeds i'll be sure to remember that one.
A Braz! Oh a Braz! Braz, a Braz.. Oooh it's a Braz!
You guys have made my morning brighter
Nephew's apparently are fragile things. Two of mine (age 6 and 4) are hopeless sociopaths headed for federal prison. Another (age 5) loves to take off his pants and shirt and drape a towel ove his head and walk around the house stroking his "hair" (actually the towel). My fourth nephew (the hair-wearers sibling)keeps to himself and doesn't say much. I guess I've got the only normal kids around.
I've three nephews. (19, 10, and 6)
The oldest has been in prison, does drugs, has stolen a car, and will most likely get his 15 year old girlfriend pregnant. We'll skip him.
The 10 year old is AWESOME. He lets me dress him like a girl and put on fashion shows, and I taught him how to Salsa.
The youngest I never see (he lives in New York). He's a spoiled little brat, but I taught him how to do the Cockroack and the Crab Scuttle.
YAY for teaching nephews cool stuff!
I taught my niece (2.5) how to laugh like a maniacal evil genius (which you'd think my sister would thank me for) and one time we built a block temple and put the lego lion on top and I taught her how to bow down in worship to it. I am an excellent aunt.