Lately, Claire has taken to saying "I can't like that" in response to anything that she doesn't want to do -- well, that and the ol' standard "no."
"I can't like that book."
"I can't like pizza."
"I can't like take nap."
I much prefer it to the straight "no" because it's usually said with less sass and more "Mom, I really want to eat my vegetables today. Really, I do. I just can't."
How can you argue with that?