Since we are in the midst of cough and cold season, there has been lots of coughing, sneezing, and "Bless you" around our house. Will has learned how to say "sneeze" and likes to notify us when it occurs: "Mama sneeze." I guess we've also mentioned that when someone sneezes, you say "Bless you." Will almost understands, but not quite.
This morning on the way to school, Will is in the back seat coughing. After each big cough he pauses to say "Bless you, Will." Except that it comes out like "Bess you, Wee-uhl."
Despite the fact that it was a cough and not a sneeze, I agree with him. Bless you, my little boy.
Edited to add: Apparently Will is a bit narcissistic. We've discovered that he thinks you say "Bless you, Will" whenever ANYONE sneezes. We've tried to explain that he should say "Bless you, Mama" or "Bless you, Daddy," but he's sticking with "Bless you, Will" for everyone.