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post #41 of 119
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Originally Posted by violetisadora View Post
percy > pussy
same here! my husband's grandma gave him the biggest double take the first time she heard it...
post #42 of 119
my niece was here today and kept callin gout cat flubby i thought it was funny her name is really fluffy---

my dd almost 18 months calles water ...bubbles
post #43 of 119
some of my fav Aidanese~
vahveet~rabbit
geeps~grapes (or any other berryish fruit)
muhk~milk (RICE milk...lol)
muhguk~music
gogunk~thank you
memow~cat
shen~mama i have no idea where this came from...
bunny~Bonnie (sis)
Yiddie~Lillie ( a lil friend)
there are lots of things he says with a southern accent which I thought I had watered down in the past three years...lol....like 'bawl' for ball. "you can take the girl out of the south...."
so many more....aren't they all great fun! write them down Mamas!!****
post #44 of 119
OMG I'm pregnant and this thread made me pee. laughup
DD says cock for clock, crocs (shoes), and chalk. We got a book from the library called the ugly pumpkin and she'd say "I wanna wead uggy punkin".
meeyos=tomatoes
giddi=spaghetti
tattoo=thank you
monk=milk
I have a ton more but I'm stuck too.
post #45 of 119
DD used to say "Buh-duh" for please. Now, she says "Peez", or "Peeeeeeeez" if she really wants something.

Recently, she started saying "Otay" (Okay) - reminds me of Buckwheat on SNL! So funny!
post #46 of 119
forgot = afterthegot

"Bear where is your other shoe?"
"Oh, I afterthegot it."
post #47 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.

that is awesome DD used to say c0ck for clock too.

Now @ 3.5 very few mispronunciations but flingamoes for flamingoes and hippomapotamus always make me smile
post #48 of 119
When my dd was 2, my dh asked her , "where's mommy?" I was checking my email, and my dd said.....

"on the puker"
post #49 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.
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Originally Posted by mazajo View Post
"Josh, do you need help putting your shoes on?"
"No, Mommy, I've got it under a troll!"

And the cutest thing my 2yo says right now is 'Digga Da'. Digga Da refers to any kind of sweet- candy, cookie, icecream... The more he wants the food, the more pronounced it is... Digga DAAAAA! No idea where that came from, but I love it


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Originally Posted by mamahart View Post
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"
DS (19 months old) insists that we call him "You". He knows his name is Max, and responds to it, but when I say something like, "Hey Max, you want to go upstairs?" He starts to nod and come, then he stops, points emphatically to his chest and says, "No, YOU,YOU!!" Then I have to rephrase, "YOU want to go upstairs?" His response..."Yep!" So cute.

Pa= hat and grandpa
Ca= car and truck
badebadebadeBALL= big ball (sounds like Porky Pig!)
post #50 of 119
My son says "coo coo" for cracker, and "conan" for cleaning. :

He says all sorts of other things but those are the two things i can think of.
post #51 of 119
These are all so cute!

I forgot one...

living room - woovahwoom
post #52 of 119
Here are some from my just turned 2yo dd

Gack-y - Thank you
peeeez - please
mik - milk
Anka - Annika (her name)
teesh - teeth
Daydo - Dora
Eggo - Diego (yes we do TV and she is obsessed with both)
boop - poop
Momic - Dominic (her friend at daycare)
Ahssyn - Alyson (daycare providor)
youtoo - picked it up from hearing dd1 and I saying I love you - I love you too, so now she says it to me when I say I love you to her

I know there are more, but I can't think of anything else right now.
post #53 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.
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OK, so I started with the first post, and this is just the FUNNIEST thing I have ever read!!!

OK, here is mine: one of DD's first words was 'foffee' for coffee... She said it with a ?-tone like "foffee??" and it was the cutest thing, would bring tears to my eyes!! And when she got older, we would drive by McD's and she would quickly pipe up 'Mommy needs foffee!!':

There have been more, but that is my alltime fave!!
post #54 of 119
These are too cute!!!

When DD was younger she used to say...

eebrows - eyebrows
bacamole - guacamole
vetamarian - veterinarian
bagina - vagina
accident - accent (as in, "Why is he talking in an accident?")
post #55 of 119
thought of another one, except this I taught her...
My IL's have a habit of saying 'Jesus' and 'Jeez' in entirely the wrong context: and DD started in with it... So now when she starts with 'Jeez' she stops and says 'cheese, cheese and crackers!'... it is cute to me, b/c I know that she understands not to take His name in vain, but also b/c strangers automatically start looking for cheese and crackers to give her.. It just makes me smile inside...
post #56 of 119
wawa- water
peez- please
swawy- sorry
post #57 of 119
Oh, I thought of a couple more from when DS was younger:

quesadilla -- quesayaya
guacamole -- bakeebye (I have no idea how that one came about!)
post #58 of 119
My dh collects Star Wars toys, so dd knows all the characters. Her favorite is "Boppy", aka Chewbaka.
post #59 of 119
WOOHOO Post # 500
OK sorry
DD will come to me and say "boobie" and it will sometimes come out "poopie"
She also will say "come on" and it will come out "cow in"-or
When she is playing "im gonna get you" she will say "i get chewin"...I just giggle when she says things like that.
Toddler talk is just too cute. Sometimes its hard, cause i try not to laugh so as not to frusterate her, but some stuff is just too cute when it comes out
post #60 of 119
My DS love Pirate's Booty as well!

Booty=Boo-yah
Thank you= Dank Doo
Other (what he calles nursing, as in ready for the other one)= Udder
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