Naomi turned two on Thursday. Friday night, when I got home, she echoed David’s typical greeting of “Hi, slacker!” and has been saying it—with immense glee—ever since. Give it a listen: naomi_hi_slacker.mp3.
After a day, her pronunciation became even better: Give it a listen: naomi_hi_slacker_2.mp3.
Naomi even made up her own song using her new favorite word:
(Click here, or right-click and save if the above video won’t play, or you can view it on Google Video.)
Google Video is now including embedding code. Here it is below:
15 Replies to “Hi, Slacker!”
“From the mouths of babes. . . “
Wayyyy too funny. Loved, loved the credits!!!
How adorable!!! 🙂
She’s obviously very talented.
Embedded video! I’m impressed!
This movie is good enough to be a Red Penguin Production!
Thank you for sending that great email! I loved it! Naomi is adorable! Loved the video–She is a great musician!
Phoebe and I really like the video.
She’s got a great career ahead of her. I’m truly impressed by her composition although I never did hear the word “slacker” pronounced. A heard Daddy, daddy, daddy. Oh I get it. Daddy and slacker mean the same thing at your house! 😉
Well, for a new visitor to the Wilcox Family BLOG, Gaylon certainly has caught on to the spirit of it.
Yes, Gaylon did!!!! So very funny. LOL. This morning we were coming up with different levels of slacker to say good morning to. I believe Isaac said, “good morning, slacker,” to Doug, and his response was, “Good morning, Junior Slacker.” “Someone needs to be the Executive Slacker,” I said; Isaac liked that idea, too.
I actually would have chosen Grand Poobah Slacker for myself. Or High Exalted Slacker. Or maybe Her Highness of Royal Slackerdom.
Shoot for the stars!
Way to go, Gaylon…too funny!! LOL I’m sure we can integrate those into our daily taunting, too.
~ LOL~ I just love the song and the seriousness in which it was sung. I especially enjoyed the facial expressions on the word “slashy” and the emphasis by the banging on the piano………..the Lord loves a joyful song. Aren’t little ones just precious?
Now Naomi has learned to say Neener, as in, “Neener, neener, neener!”
That’s one sarcastic kid we’re raising.
Naomi’s “slacker song” is now on Google Video: View it here
Naomi learned to say weasel over our Thanksgiving break. She’s soooooo cute.
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