So this is slightly off topic but have you ever wondered how much your kids develop your likes and dislikes? Or at least learn from them? Around my house we watch a lot of sci-fi. All of the kids love Doctor Who and even enjoy a few other shows (though I have to fast forward through any scary parts) Anyways I never realized how much my almost 4 year old son might be learning just by hearing us talk until the other day.
He was in the other room watching Power Rangers while my husband and I were catching up on a dvr'd episode of Grimm (three bad wolves). Towards the end of the episode this werewolf lady is attacking a pig guy (yeah if you don't watch Grimm I know it sounds odd) when I hear "Oh, she's a Bampire" from the hallway where my son is now standing. Now I don't like him watching anything so violent so I got up and then said. "No honey she's a werewolf." He looks at the screen and shaking his head at me says "no Mama, she's biting his neck, she's a Bampire) and walks away.
Sometimes kids say the funniest things!