Meaning: two-dimensional, 2-D.

Deaf Culture and tidbits

Kids say the darndest things

3-D longing: One morning, Juli (age 4;3) experimented with something. She drew a picture with the image of a door in it. She longed to open it. Misty-eyed, she couldn't.

I nodded, explaining that the image is flat, 2-dimensional. The door would have to be 3-dimensional, with the paper door lifted up into 3-dimensional. Juli pondered and replied, NEED to-BAKE-in-OVEN, CL5-pull-up. Dangerous and not possible. She replied with a nostalgic thought, IX-me WANT IN IX PICTURE. She wanted to be in the picture.

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