When F%*K wasn't a Bad Word

For those who know Jack well, know that he loves to enforce rules. So much so, that we think he has a promising career as a hall monitor ( do these even exist?!) Now that he is three years old, we have entered the stage of "good" words and "bad" words. It is very important that we distinguish every word into one of these categories. Dan and I have such potty mouths and are trying to be better so the words do not transfer over to the kids. However, we recently realized that our bad words- AKA, all four letter words, are not even noticed by Jack. If we say "Stupid, nasty or kill" we are quickly reprimanded by our child. It just amazes me his sweet ignorance, and I love it :)Although, I have a strong feeling that when Nora is old enough to start the conversation about appropriate language she will not give two sh*&ts.

I thought this looked like Jack catching himself before a "bad" word slipped out...

I thought this looked like Jack catching himself before a "bad" word slipped out...