That’s how you sit

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Adult: That’s how a puppy dog sits?
Child: No. That is how Lilly sits.
Adult: M-hm. Does she sit the same way as other puppy dogs?
Child: No.
Adult: She doesn’t?
Child: Another puppy dog doesn’t sit like this.
Adult: Other puppy dogs don’t sit like that?
Child: Yes.
Adult: Right. I understand. I see. That’s how puppy dogs sit. That’s how they sit. They sit like that. They sit like that. That’s how puppy dogs sit. That’s how they sit. That is how they stand and that’s how they sit. That’s how they eat and that’s how they walk.
Child: That’s true and this is how they stand.
Adult: How do they run?
Child: They should run like this.
Adult: That looks like hopping. They run like that? That is how they run?
Child: They have to run like this. Like this.
Adult: That is how they run. That is how they run. That is how they run. I see. I see. That is how puppy dogs run.
Child: And if puppy dogs have a bed you have to sleep like this.
Adult: Sleep like that? Do they stretch out or do they curl up? Do they stretch out or curl up when they sleep? … Sometimes they curl up and sometimes they stretch out, don’t they?
Child: They curl up
Adult: They curl up? They curl up when they sleep?
Child: They curl up like this.
Adult: And they stretch out when they wake up?
Child: No. They stretch out like this
Adult: M-hm.
Child: Like this. And when they open their blanket they should make their head like this…like this.
Adult: M-hm
Child: Like this!
Adult: Like that?
Child: Yes.
Adult: Are you a puppy dog?
Child: Yes.
Adult: Yes, I am. Are you a puppy dog? Yes, I am. I am a puppy dog. I am a puppy dog. Are you a boy puppy dog or a girl puppy dog?
Child: Girl puppy dog.
Adult: Can puppy dogs talk?
Child: No.
Adult: They can’t.
Child: No.
Adult: Can you talk?
Child: No.
Adult: You are a puppy dog so you cannot talk.
Child: Yes.
Adult: OK. You cannot talk. You are not talking.

I am a puppy dog and I can’t talk. (sings)
I am a puppy dog and I cant talk.
I am a puppy dog and I cannot talk.

Don’t lick me. Don’t lick me, puppy dog. Sit down and stop licking . Puppy dog! Stop licking me.

Go on. Hop down. Hop down. Come on. Hop down here. Come on puppy dog.

Puppy dogs are not allowed on the bed and puppy dogs are not allowed in the house.

Child: But I am a clean puppy dog.
Adult: Oh I see. You are a clean puppy dog.
Child: Yes.
Adult: You are a talking puppy dog
Child: No.
Adult: But you said “I am a clean puppy dog”… You talked. I heard you. You talked.
Child: No. I am showing you that I am a clean puppy dog. see? I already have a bath last night.
Adult: Oh you had a bath last night? OK.
Child: Yes. So I am a clean puppy dog.
Adult: A clean puppy dog. Are you a talking puppy dog? Can you talk?…Oh you cannot talk. Can you shake your head? … Can you nod your head? …

Nod your head! Shake your head.
Nod your head. Shake your head. …

I am nodding my head.
I am shaking my head.
I am nodding my head.
I am shaking my head. …

Nod shake. Nod shake. Shake nod.

Child: What about rowing?
Adult: What about what?
Child: What about rowing?

Row row row your boat…

Adult: …gently down the stream

Child: Gently down the stream.
If you see a crocodile don’t forget scream (screaming sound)

Adult: That’s right. If you see a crocodile don’t forget to scream.

Row row row your boat
gently down the stream.
If you see a crocodile
don’t forget to scream.

Child: (screaming noise)

Adult: It’s a lovely day.
Child: (wailing sound)
Adult: Its a beautiful day, isn’t it?
Child:
Adult: Hm?
Child:
Adult: Yes or no?
Child:
Adult: Oh. Puppy dog! The puppy dog cannot talk.