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Tuesday, June 28, 2005


Last night Eryn was reading the Classified section of the Sunday Strib. I asked her to find specific numbers and letters for a while, and then she started just naming things she saw in the paper. She moved to the floor, spread the paper out upside down in front of her, and suddenly blurted out "666!" Scooter and I have no idea what she was looking at (I looked...there was no "666" anywhere, and no "999," either), but we agree it was just...kinda...creepy.


Anonymous LissyJo said...

Can't scott perform an exorcist?

June 29, 2005 6:23 AM  
Blogger Ji In said...

My 3-year-old nephew has a similar thing. He acts like he's singing a little song, humming most of the words -- then, with gusto, he calls out the numbers, "Six! Six! Six!" with a catchy little pause in between.

None of us have any idea why he does this, but I have a theory that there is some kids' song out there that he's repeating. Maybe he picked it up at daycare. Or, possibly he's fortelling the end of the world. Who knows?

July 18, 2005 3:39 PM  

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