The little one’s favorite thing these days? Sssssocks!

Sssssocks are great! Especially the ones with pink stripes. Or the really small ones for babies (good thing they are elastic). Socks keep you warm! Socks are fashionable. Even more so when you wear them over your tights. As a true German, pull them up as far as you can. Never leave the house without your favorite pair of ssssocks! And don’t let them be washed! They get better from day to day! If someone dares to put them in the laundry machine, make sure you get them out of the machine again as fast as you can. Should necessity require it, lay down on the floor, yell and kick your legs.

When you wake up in the morning, make sure your first word to say is ssssocks! Then distribute your socks generously around the flat. If you read books, try to find every single sock on the pictures. Make also sure to show your socks to everyone you meet. Protest if you notice that mama or papa is not wearing socks! Socks are important! If you lose a sock, make an “oooooh”-sound as dramatic as you can. Someone will immediately understand your problem and help you save your sssssocks!

If you are sad, just look at your feet and say sssssocks! It’ll help! Promise!


About erdhummel

Familial entropy - that's an insight into our current life which has been fundamentally changed last summer when our daughter was born. Having studied in Cottbus, Germany, and worked/studied in Edinburgh, Scotland, we momentarily live in a small town in Switzerland where Karsten is trying to save the environment and Freddie is trying to save our sanity. Since there is not much time for elaborate, long emails while doing that, we thought a blog might be a good option to smuggle ourselves into the lifes of our friends.
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2 Responses to sssssocks!

  1. what does she say in German? 🙂

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