We watch as Trey helps pull Eden up to higher places than she can't go by herself.
Then Trey comes running.
Trey: "Beefy! Beefy! Come here!"
He grabs me by the finger and leads me to Eden who is in the middle of a climbing area causing a traffic jam.
Me: "Eden, what's going on? Do you need some help?"
Eden: "Mom, Trey needs some encouragement."
A little confused, I try to figure out what's going on.
Me: "You need to keep climbing so other people can go up too."
Eden: "No, I want to get down."
Me: "Ok, let's get you down."
I start to help her down...when Trey grabs me.
Trey: "No! Eden go up!"
Eden: "Trey wants me to go up."
Me: "Do you want to go up?"
Eden: "No, I want to get down!"
I help her down.
Apparently Eden saying Trey needed "encouragement" meant that he needed to be encouraged to let her climb down instead of up.
All I have to ask is....What two year old uses the word "encouragement"? I guess Eden does...