day 14: he sees whoes-saurs?

“Whoes saur.” It’s two words, pronounced: (whoes, rhymes with clothes, and saur like from dinosaur). I have no idea where he heard it. He’s been saying it forever, and we had no idea what he was talking about for the longest time. We still don’t know really. “Whoes” we think is a small blue cloth cooler underneath his old high chair. Because sometimes he’ll go to it and say, “Open the whoes.” The “saur” part is still anybody’s guess.

It’s just a little freaky, because you know how they say little children can see things that grown-ups cant? I just hope a “whoes saur” isn’t some interdimensionary being living in our cooler. Ack!

NaNoWriMo Stats: end of day 13
19826 words (on track = 21671)

One thought on “day 14: he sees whoes-saurs?

  1. I had a family member who, as a toddler, would go to the window and scream, “Baboo! Oh, no! Baboo!.” She would then turn to you with this horrified look on her face and run to hide. I don’t know who Baboo was, but apparently I’m lucky I never met him. Maybe just be grateful that you don’t have to see the Whoessaur.

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