On Sunday, we broke out the Uno cards and had a family card game evening. The summer temperatures have returned, so doing much more than sitting around and playing cards would have taken more energy than we had. Too hot!
During the game, I made the clicking sound that people make when they're interacting with horses. That "side of the mouth, but in the back" clicking you. You know the one, right? The kids were fascinated by the sound and spent the next few minutes trying to figure out how on earth to make the same noise. They kept clicking their tongues on the roofs of their mouths or on their front teeth instead of having the sound originate from further back.
Try as they did, neither kiddo was able to make the sound, even with Eric and me both trying to demonstrate it and have them mimic us. After awhile, though, I was down for the count due to unrelenting laughter and could no longer help the kids.
Why was I laughing? Take a look at the faces Conor was making as he tried to make the "horse click" sound and you'll soon find out! Enjoy. :)