Monday, February 23, 2009

Translation?

Is this some secret language I don't know?

video

26 comments:

Aspiemom said...

That was cute. Am I the only one who doesn't know what was being said?

Denise said...

No! The ONLY reason I knew he was asking her if she wanted to watch Yo Gabba Gabba is because I had just asked them if they wanted to. Our routine is eat lunch and watch a DVR'd episode of YGG while Mommy cleans up lunch mess, then off to nap.

They seem to have a secret language though. They really talk to each other and I have NO IDEA what they are saying but they understand each other, or at least think they do. Its so fun to watch. Today was the first time I actually got it videoed.

JD said...

I think it's French for "I'm so cute, that it doesn't matter what I say, people out there in the Blogosphere just go AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!"

In fact, I know this, because the kids and I all said "AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!" And we are French. So that must be it.

Denise said...

JD, I took 3 years of French but I must be very rusty because I didn't understand. So I'm raising bilingual kids? Cool!

Beth said...

Well...duh...they were saying
"We have the prettiest mommy in the world"

Brandy said...

Amazing. They have created their own language in order to take over the world. And rule the TV forever!!!!!! Gabba gabba for life!

Okay I have no idea what the heck I'm saying but I ♥ you all the same.

April said...

that was AWESOME :-) my kids babble to each other too and always seem to understand one another perfectly.

momma said...

they understood each other perfectly and that's all that seemed to matter :)

Heather said...

They are so cute; Makes me want to have two(Ohhh,Thats right I already have two;)Mine also have their own language but I can understand it better. I think it takes a Mommy to understand that conversation.

I love the way Ryan just goes right back to what he was eating.

Lorie said...

Oh my goodness, we should get them together w/ Amelia, but when she does it she is singing, I have no idea what language it is, but she will put on an entire concert in her little own language. I did video it, but haven't figured out how to upload it yet to share...

Kristin said...

That cracked me up! I have no idea what either of them is saying but I laughed just imagining you trying to figure it out.

My girls came running to see who was on the computer. I told them it was the kids of the friend who sent them the bubble wrap. :-)

Erika said...

They are so stinkin' cute!! And thanks for the award, by the way!! I haven't forgotten it, hopefully I can get that post up tonight!

Kay Bratt said...

Wo bu zhi dao....

Denise said...

Kay, so their speaking CHINESE? That makes sense for Ryan but Emma would speak Vietnamese... Wow! She's smart!

missy said...

thanks for stopping by my blog!!!!
you have a beautiful family!!!!!

Trying Traditional said...

Whatever it is, they seem to have no problems understanding each other...too cute!

Margaret M said...

That is so cute. Lily translates for Graeme all the time. I don't know what I would do without her. Thank you for my award. It lifted my spirits!

Carina Gardner said...

So adorable! So glad you captured it on film! Thanks for visiting my site! Yours is so adorable!

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

Oh...I loved that! Too cute...

My oldest used to translate for my youngest. "No Mama. He said..." I felt like such an idiot when I'd ask my three year old what my two year old just said!

Crystal said...

Cutest thing ever!

Beverly said...

love it. they are too cute.

Lana said...

Well, it's completely obvious to me they are saying what an awesome blogger you are, and after they are done catching up reading recent posts, they will catch some Yo gabba gabba online as a cover...

Megan said...

Whatever they're saying...they sure are cute doing it! LOL

Kirsty said...

Oh they are adorable!!!!

The Johnson 5 said...

my kids use to do the same thing. Don't you LOVE that!! I always thought oh man if I only knew what they were saying :)

Brenda Jean said...

I believe it. My daughter and her cousin are a year apart and he used to be pretty hard to understand-- he mumbled and said some letters incorrectly. Emily ALWAYS understood him. They would play for hours and hours when we'd visit, and someone wouldn't understand him, she'd roll her eyes and say whatever it was. BAHAHAHA Either that or Yo Gabba Gabba has a secret language secretly embedded in the program...just saying:)