Friday, October 10, 2008

toddler speak


for me
Originally uploaded by mainemomma2007
happy weekend all.

oh and some really funny words my kids say right now. 

kellen always had good ones around age 2.
eatasore=dinosaur
zin-zinz=raisins
he STILL says orgent for orange

well now casey is in the 2's and a few of hers right now are, 
EEPAMOLE = oatmeal
HONY~  horse+pony= HONY

oh and taylor, now teenager, was not exempt. she said,
syrEEup=syrup
homo=elbow
(yeah this last one, not so good in public.  "mommy my homo hurts" me shrinking for cover) 

what funny words do your kids say?

8 comments:

justhay said...

Lol! I love 'Hony' too cute.

Um...my kids...hmmm. I think I've forgotten. But the other day I was reading a book with Sienna and she pointed at a fire engine and said, "Look, Bad Boys!"
Lol, I hate that show, the hubs watches it...too much obviously!

kristin said...

LOL hay!

Tutta la Storia said...

My boy says Or-Nage for orange. CUTE!

Paula said...

Well, let's see...

"Hoy!!" = horse
"Googie!!" = doggie
"Tookie!!" = cookie
"Hopi." = coffee
"Lilee" = lion
"Moww!" = cat
"Eye-bow" = elbow
"Bapple" = apple

The list goes on and on. I'm constantly interpreting for everyone. Her pronunciation isn't the best, but her comprehension amazes me!

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Kathleen O. said...

Well, I am into the three-and-a-half stage, and got myself called "Grumpelstiltskin" the other day. Some other favorites: "peanut bubber" and "coot" instead of "cute" - oh, and the timely "chick or cheating" - you know, what you say on Halloween? Love your blog, pictures, Flare Friday, all of it! Thanks.

andie said...

Looove this photo. Ihaven't caught up on flickr yet so Im sure this is there. The light around your love rock is stuning!

All my kids have speech impediments, lol. We are always being asked if we are from Boston because my kids say "pock the cah".
:)No r's.
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Meg said...

Oh, for the longest time nipples were hippos. And Sesame St's Bert was burp. and elephant was elfanent and my youngest now is just starting to saw elevator instead of alligator.