Friday, December 26, 2008

Question for those with little girls ...

When your daughter(s) pretend play, do they use a play voice too?

Both my girls use this pretend voice that is something like 187 octaves higher than their normal voice. It was Ella who used it first, so I don't know if Allie just picked it up from her, or if it's a normal girl thing to do.

Holy crap it's annoying. That voice is just ~so~ high. Wondering if I'm the only one who gets to enjoy it.

10 comments:

fuentes said...

My mom's day care girls used to do it so I think it's common but very annoying

areyoukiddingme said...

Ooh Boy! Something to look forward to! My daughter is only 2, so her play voice is a whisper. I like it that way, but I think it will increase in volume (and probably pitch, if your guess is correct). My sister uses that voice all the time - it's her let's get excited about something voice. She's forty-freaking-seven.

Anonymous said...

Yes, especially when they are talking to babies! I'm surprised they don't scare the pooor thigns lol!

Christina said...

ha, I still use that annoying high pitch voice now. Drives Josh insane!

Hollie said...

LOL too funny. My mom uses that voice a lot when she talks to babies or little kids.

Kathy said...

Raegan will sometimes use that high pitch pretend voice when she is playing and talking to the baby! yes, I do not enjoy it!!! It leads to the baby start squealing!!!

Jennie said...

ha ha ha. Well, I don't have any little girls. But, my little girls like to use the high pitched granny voice all the time. lol

margelina said...

My girls are loud. There is tons of high-pitched squealing and screaming, especially when they are all sugared up, lol. All in good fun...I lerned how to tune it out completely!! iPODs work well for that, too : )

Sarah R said...

Haha--that's funny! I have heard of this. I blame those annoying voices on cartoons.

Ali said...

I don't notice it so much with Lauren, I think she just uses her normal voice. But when Owen is playing with his action figures his voice goes down so low he's practically growling.