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post #21 of 119
My ds says....

Cock - clock! (highly embarassing...clocks everywhere you go and he LOVES numbers!)...
Shit - Sheep! (also highly embarassing, we live out in the countryside -there is a field of sheep right across the road from us! lol)
Acadoo - Avocado
Papa papa! - Papaya
Mangee -mango
Teess - Toothbrush
Reminda - Rewind
Carebear - his soother (dont ask me where he got carebear for it though! lol)
Siddy - Silly
Caddot- Carrots
Caddyfwower - Caulidflower/fwower for flower as well
Readies -Raisins!

erm....
post #22 of 119
There seems to be so many but the one I love love is that my DS never says "I" and always says "my" and I cannot bear to correct him so...
"are you tired?" "my am tired" or "my need you" or "my am hungry" or "my want my kitty" " my love you too"
post #23 of 119
Here are my 18 m.o's:

dahko=truck
tayko=pumpkin
teeko=Tigger
caca=eggs, also can mean glasses
toto=Potato or tomato
post #24 of 119
DD calls music "suggik". It's funny because it's the only word I can think of that she really mangles, and yet she's been saying it that way for months.
post #25 of 119
Sweet corn and popcorn are both "porn" here too. It's great in the grocery store to have him yelling. "I want porn!"
post #26 of 119
My 6 y.o. dd insists on calling chipmunks "chick"munks. It's so cute that we've all started calling them that!
post #27 of 119
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Originally Posted by emelsea View Post
My 3 year old says "C0ck P0rn" instead of pop corn. And he loves pop corn, and gets really excited in the store if we go down that aisle, so we avoid it when we can. Nothing is as embarrassing as having your toddler scream "C0ck p0rn!!!!" at the top of his lungs in the grocery store. I try to correct him, but he just looks at me and nods his head and says it his way again.
post #28 of 119
blueberries are "boobies"
post #29 of 119
3yo dd says "crap" when she means clap.
post #30 of 119
Pomegranates are "hamburger"
Lemon is "melon"
She swears her name is Elmo.
post #31 of 119
DD:

Tip Tops: tip toes
sog: frog
kay-non: crayon
yay-yo: yellow
pay-yo: pillow
cop corn: pop corn
pezzels: pretzels
gan-ad: grandad
elmo elmo pee: l..m..n..o..p
post #32 of 119
ds is 5 now but some cute things he used to say are:

juice > deuce
strawberry banana > bobby nana
pick me up > hold you
feliz navidad > buleez rahji rahj
percy > pussy
"w" - budda woo
up above the [world so high...] > uppabubba
kindergarten > candle garden
post #33 of 119
My 22mo DS says "oats ih-kay" instead of "it's okay." Also calls Papa's Gold Bond Powder "Bold Gone."

Oatmeal is "eatmeal" and the raisins we put in it are "eatmeal seeds."

He calls himself Mowtin (which we haven't tried to correct--he's got his whole life to pronounce his name properly!) but some of his friends call him Mormon!

Erin, my DS calls music "uzzik" too, and it was the first word he mangled bad enough that we had no idea what he was asking for. He had to add "iPot!" (iPod, of course) for us to finally get it!
post #34 of 119
Crackada = Cracker
Lappop = Laptop
Donkey Donkey = Okay Dokey
post #35 of 119
washin TB= Watching TV
what doin?= what are you doing
Baby Tit= Her new cousin Teyton

Also her new hting is if I say no to something or ask her soemthing and she doesn't want to do it, like turn off the TV, she will say "I washin TB, okay?" like she is telling me. She keeps adding the okay to the end and yells it out.
post #36 of 119
beach = bitch
big flower = big lover
triangon = triangle
teeth = teef
mouth = mouf
zebra = see bra


post #37 of 119
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Originally Posted by Starr View Post
Also her new hting is if I say no to something or ask her soemthing and she doesn't want to do it, like turn off the TV, she will say "I washin TB, okay?" like she is telling me. She keeps adding the okay to the end and yells it out.
This is a new thing with DD too. She says OK when she's not happy. At the dentist last week, she said.
"Mommy, All done, ok?! Okay!!!!!!! " It was loud enough for everyone else to hear. They thought it was funny.
post #38 of 119
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Originally Posted by NightRose View Post
My 6 y.o. dd insists on calling chipmunks "chick"munks. It's so cute that we've all started calling them that!
My friend's little guy calls them "chickenmonkeys"!

My DS counts like this, "1,2,3,4,5, chicken,8,9,10" (chicken=6,7?!?)

sip is "gip"
ketchup is "gupgup" Man, we love our "gupgup" around here!
post #39 of 119
Oh, I'm here!!!

My DD has phased out of many of her cutest ones, but currently, she asks for snacks a lot..."Mama, I want SECKS!" That really got the attention of our new friends at our homeschool playgroup this morning
post #40 of 119
My 3 still struggles with "music". It comes out "muskic". If she doesn't hear me, she'll ask "What you say?". Oh and my favorite is "fedder" for feather. She's stll working on her "th" sounds so anything with that in the middle comes out like "dd".
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