Mazie is having an identity crisis

eenie114

Completly Hopeless
Dec 6, 2009
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So after years and years of being told, "Aw, you're so cute" it's finally gone to her head.
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Mazie will no longer respond to her own name. "I not Maymee. I Cute."
Yes, you're cute as heck, but that's not actually your name!
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sourland

Broody Magician
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11 Years
May 3, 2009
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At about two years old my oldest granddaughter decided that her name was Henry? Would not answer to her real name for several months.
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bluesub

Songster
10 Years
Jan 4, 2011
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My oldest two decided it would be cute to teach my then two-year-old the work "scrumptious," he went around for awhile saying "I'm scrumptious."

Then there was the time we went on a "Just Ducky" tour, which is an amphibious vehicle. When the tour ended up in the river, the driver asked for volunteers to drive the boat. Of course, my son raised his hand. The assistant told him he would be second. When the driver asked him what his name was, he replied "second." The entire tour burst out laughing.
 

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