I think they should get Micheál to read the news - it'd be more fun.Ireland... news...economy... reminded me, have you read this?http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/08/01/1001662/-Icelands-On-going-Revolution
Who knows... maybe he does know it all...x
He sounds more excited by the news than the rest of us:)
I'm not entirely fluent in Irish-Infant, but it sounded something like "Why are draconian austerity measures being applied to the populace in general while the people and other entities that caused our current economic crisis allowed to escape punishment, and in some cases, are even rewarded? Why, mommy?"
Makes more sense that most of what we hear...keep up the good work Micheal!
Sounds like a beat poet to me :)
Dominic... I think you're right. I'm not a pushy mother but... I think I'll approach the broadcasters... hadn't read that dominic, thanks for the link - interesting stuff.Rachel - I hope he doesn't forget it by the time he can talk!Socks - he's excited by most things :-)Almost correct Acorn - you just messed up the last word - it'd be "mammy" not "mommy"Tks Gerry - I find he is very convincing alright!Bug - I should've really clicked my fingers at the end!
A born genius
You're right! You do have the greatest child in the world.
I think he's saying, 'My future! Oh my future!' That's what I am teaching my kids to say when those feckers are mentioned on the news...
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