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... because there's never a dull moment. 

Two fantastic examples of the ongoing battle of "L" vs. "R": 
At the supper table, Auntie Rachel and I were laughing about something and Eunice asked me, "Auntie, why are you always raughing?" and I said, "Raughing? I'm sorry I don't know how to raugh."  She responded, "Auntie why come whenever I talk you don't understand me." To which Stella replied, "It's because you're speaking another ranguage." 
Soon after, I called five minutes left in supper - which means clapping twice and putting your hand up showing five minutes.  Ruthie asked me a few minutes later, "Auntie, did you call five minutes?" and I nodded yes - and she said, "Ooooh, I didn't hear the crap." 

Getting ready for bed the other night, the boys brushed their teeth and as I checked to make sure they did a good job, I noticed a piece of left-over grape skin stuck to one of Rogers' molars. So I told him to go back, brush again, then come let me see.  He did, and the spot was still there.  I told him where it was, so to go back to the bathroom and get it out.  A few minutes later he came back, proud as ever and holding his fist tight.  He excitedly told me that he got the spot out, and as he opened his hand, he told me he also got out the tooth.