Monday, April 23, 2007

A real Laugh

As opposed to a fake laugh this guy actually made me laugh out loud! LOL

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

What did she just say?

I love the way a toddler talks when they are just learning new words!

We will sometimes hear a random "UCKIE" or "UHOH" but by far some of the funniest things she will say most people have no idea what it is and there is one thing even we dont know what it is all about.

We have the inevitable words that sound close to words that I promise she is not saying!!
"BUSHIT" = Push it, Daddy lets he push the car door closed.
And for a while she said
"OH MAN DIS" = oh man this, which a daycare worker swore that is not what she said.

"GOG GOG" = hot dog= Mickey Mouse
IT took me a while to figure it out, but at the enod of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, a new cartoon on Playhouse Disney, they sing a song "hot dog hot dog hot diggety dog"

"AHCO" = cold= ice
She loves to play with ice, and we would tell her it was cold, then when she started calling it CO we realized what we had done, and are working to fix that.

She has some words that have double meanings:

"KIKIN" could be Kitchen or Chicken
Understandable they are similar

"BUMMY" has several meanings tummy, bunny, and Barney
and one really close is "POMMY" = ponny

At least 2 or 3 times a day we hear "UHOH WHAT DO?" Which means she has done something wrong.

But the thing we still cant figure out is something she says often in a singsong tone is
If anyone knows what she is saying please let us know.

Maybe because it has been so long since the big kids had baby talk but I dont remember much of thier funny words, Tanner did call everyone with dark skin "KIGA WOODS" = Tiger Woods, Tod wanted to make sure his son knew all about golf including the players, starting with Tiger Woods, well Tanner didnt get that there was only one Tiger Woods.
Savana was pretty quiet, but boy has that changed, what I wouldnt give for peace and quiet these days. I will even go as far as to go to Wal-mart at 9:00 at night just to be able to buy groceries with out the kids.