Two years after my son received two sisters at once, he seems to have become bored with them. Today we were watching a Gerber baby commercial that came on in the middle of his Power Rangers show, and I said to him "Aww, look at that baby, it's so cute."
He replies with, "I know. Let's return these two babies (meaning his sisters) and go get that baby."
I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I told him, "But these are your sisters you can't return them, they will cry. Don't you love them?"
And he says, "Yes, but we can return them at the baby hospital and go get a new baby," followed by, "just one baby, not two."
I think he's feeling a little outnumbered by them, ya think?
I told him, "Sorry, but we can't do that. You're sisters are here to stay."
The girls didn't understand the conversation, but I'm sure if they did they would've tackled him. However, I found it amusing that he still thinks of the hospital as some kind of "store" for babies.