Stop, Diego, stop. June 14, 2013 by Larks 2 Comments It’s a duck. Duh, Diego. You know your kid might be growing out of “Go, Diego, Go!” when you overhear conversations like this: Diego: Do you know what kind of animal this is? M: A duck. You’re an animal rescuer. How come you don’t know about ducks? Diego: Right! A duck! M: I know. I just said that. MOM! Diego doesn’t have good listening skills! Duck: I’m Willie the Whistling duck! But I love to pretend to be a jaguar! ::: growls ::: Baby Jaguar, can I pretend to be a jaguar with you? M: Um, Diego? That doesn’t sound like a good idea. Jaguars are a kind of kitty and my kitties eat food that has duck in it. Diego: Awwww, look! Willie the Whistling duck and Baby Jaguar are friends! M: :I don’t really think… :: sigh ::: This is going to end badly. Image source Also? You could check these out: Existential Angry Birds. Make your boobs stop ogling teenaged boys. Conversation snippet: The boy who cried wolf. “Let’s Call It A Win” aka Getting a pre-schooler out the door.