So back when I penned the last post, I wrote "woohoo" at the bottom to remind me to write about "woohoo". But I spaced it. And then apparently I don't proofread my posts very well before posting and so it looks like my last post ended with an unenthusiastic "woohoo". It wasn't intended that way. So now I will explain the big "woohoo".
One evening we were eating dinner and I complimented my (extremely picky) daughter on eating well.
Silas perks up and says to her, "Yay Skadi, woohoo!"
And, of course, we all laughed.
Thus started the "woohoo phase".
Whenever anyone is praised for anything in the house Silas chimes in with a "woohoo".
"Yay Lay [Leif], woohoo!"
And there are days when the woohoos are less enthusiastic. It sounds like a very blah, "woohoo."
AB and I both get woohoos as well.
Me: "Yay, we aren't late today." (I mumble when we drop off at daycare.)
Silas: "Woohoo mama, woohoo!"
We have been laughing at the woohoos now for awhile and of course, you start wondering where they pick it up. And then we realize that neither AB or I *ever* say "woohoo".
I asked at daycare and sure enough - his lead teacher gives a woohoo whenever they do something good. Finish a book? Woohoo! Everyone sits down for group? Woohoo!
So woohoo everyone!