Dh is reminding me of some now.
When dd1 was 3 y.o. dh was listening to music he loves and showing her music videos on youtube. They watched Boy George's "Karma Chameleon", Freddy Mercury's "I Want To Break Free", and Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun". Dh was discussing gender identity with dd and talking about how boys and girls can dress differently, not always wear things according to rigid rules. Shortly after we went shopping and were picking out rainboots for dd1. A discussion ensued about the different colours that were available for purchase and whether dd1 thought boys could wear some of the colours on display for girls. Dd insisted that ONLY GIRLS can wear yellow, NOT BOYS, ONLY GIRLS! Dh insisted that yellow is a very fine colour for boys too, not just girls. Dd says to him, "DAD! YOU'RE WRECKING MY MIND!"
Once dh said with full-on-attitude to dd1, "Talk to the hand!" complete with gestures and everything. Dd1 looked at his hand and sweetly, earnestly said, "Hi!!!!
Dh wants to go camping with dd1 and was a boy scout growing up. He told her that when she is older she could join Cubs or Beavers and would get to dress up in a uniform. "Really? Mommy, really?" dd1 asked excitedly, "With the horn and everything?" It took us a moment to realize she thought we said unicorn.
As a toddler dd1 used to say "Papa-yaya" instead of papaya.
As a 4 y.o. now, dd1 calls Italian Wedding Soup - Nutalian wedding soup. Yes, we are a household with Nutella. Can you tell?
Dh told me when he was a boy, he went with his father to the butcher shop. He once asked the Butcher, "What animal was that before it was murdered?" Touché!