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we said pork-chop, you... chork pop.

by Love_Daddy on February 3, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Both of my daughters spoke very well very quickly. We attribute a lot of that to the fact that we used sign language with them as babies. Of course even with the most well spoken child, they make little mistakes. To this day, we all get a big smile and a bit of the giggles when we eat pork chops for dinner... or chork pops as my youngest once said.

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