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#1 of 71 Old 07-15-2013, 10:53 AM - Thread Starter
 
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My favorites were:

Wack-a-mole for guacamole

And hamster or monster for lobster
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My son used to say ah-go-pa-gi for pumpkin. He was really easy to understand and great at communicating, but for whatever reason that's what pumpkin was. My sister and I still call them that because it was so funny.

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To-food is my all-time favorite. I also really miss doorknobber.
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My girl just started saying her name yesterday... that's currently my favorite :)


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Happy-klopter for helicopter is our hands down favourite wink1.gif
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I like "bummoon" for balloon and "dramma" for grandma. 

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My daughter said " I'm dropping wet" instead of sopping wet
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We had "up-and-down" for a bus.  Because "The people on the bus go up and down!"

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Raindrella (Umbrella)

Wall-leap (Wallet)

Roganic (Organic)

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Delicilous for delicious and tacky-toes for taquitos.

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Ha! These are so cute and fun!

I love "dramma" for grandma!
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she used to say "dah-beet" for peanut butter and "nanu" for love you...and she calls herself "kanin" for kaelyn ;-)

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My daughter - restronaut for restaurant
My son - cake you! For thank you.
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Current faves include: belly buppon for belly button; scunsceen for sunscreen. used to say din down for playground and bockedy for broccoli. and of course, the all time most important NUNK for mommy's milk.

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It will be a sad day when our daughter no long says, "mupples." It's her word for "nipples."

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Loved reading this thread. My little one says 'bocky' for broccoli, 'amidals' for animals and 'akshy' for actually, my favorite. He used to say ''baba' for mama and that morphed into 'babuck' when he learned duck and truck. He still (at 21 mos) calls me babuck on occasion and I looooove it. smile.gif I always get sad when he starts pronouncing something the right way!
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He has a word he created, Hump-bash. That is where the whiskers grow out on the pets and Daddy's face.

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Lol adorable stuff!! I forgot to add "sunscream", another crowd pleaser wink1.gif
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oyt-meal  for oatmeal.  It was adorable especially said in that sweet little voice.

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My 7 year old still says oyt-meal too! My middle one said lala for every liquid. My first said oosh for shoes.

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she used to say shnonape for "tomate" (tomato in German). I miss that!

Lately she's been asking for roller-cakes, which took us a while to figure out. She meant a scooter, but confused that with roller skates...

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My oldest used to say "bathing sutter" and "gouash" (for squash), which took us a long time to figure out ; )
Both her and my youngest one (3 months) say "eo eo eo" to fall asleep. Love that!!
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Pain mayonnaise = praying mantis

tippy train = trampoline

baby soup = bathing suit

 

And he sometimes calls me mom-mom, which I love.

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"Wugga-bugga" for woodpecker. Ahh, those were the days... om.gif

 

And my friend's daughter says "pooter" for computer. "Mama, need pooter?" Too cute!

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Mine said "nooh" for nurse for quite some time, then she figured out how to say "nurse" but I thought the other version was so cute! And she still hasn't figured out the second D in Daddy, so it's Daa-ey. But we were playing with a little boy named Noah and she tried to put too many consonants in his name and called him Nona. 

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My son used to say "ambunips" for ambulance and "ormanips" for ornaments - I miss them!

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this isn't my toddler, but i nannied a girl who said "tell it a bad dooey!"

when she hurt herself, she'd point at whatever it was she tripped/fell over/ran into and say this. cracked me up!


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My all time favorite was, "Mama doonin'?" when she would ask me what I was doing.  She would also ask me, "Ellie doonin'?" when she wanted me to explain what she was doing! hahaha! 

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My son says "wes" for "yes" (love it!) and "boofs" when he wants to nurse.

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Dee-doo! (Thank you)... My all time favorite thus far.


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