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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.


:ro cks:

One of the funniest I've ever heard. DD says some fun ones, but she has inverted quite like that!!!! Wonderful.
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DD's newest are popping up everywhere.

She is 23 months now. overall she spoke since six months, a few words a month but she is...shall we say succinct and perferrably lazy by shortening words when she realizes people will give what she wants by useing less syllibles too! I never do, but she knows that. So alot of people think I'm one of those nutty moms who thinks her daughter is "so smart" but is justing over boasting. Almost always my family tells me off since she is the first grandababy etc., But after a few days they notice she starts just pointing till they are asking hundred questions like dancing monkeys to get her anything she desires. (which is pretty funny to watch.)

So dd says lately "A JEW" for juice regardless of how well she can speak.

Also, she says " dam, shiza, bloody Ruck, and boogers."

Dada is the first word, shiza is the way he talks loud (german) and of course she picked up some colorful ones from visiting family....:: They are so proud thier words rub off so well.
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my ds says "cuckle whiles" instead of in a while, or a while ago. SO cute! like, "we went on a plane trip a cuckle whiles ago"
I get it.

He's saying cuckle for couple

as in a couple whiles.

Smart kid!

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DS says:

poop= poot
My daughter says pook for poop.

Many of her words end in a k sound when she can't pronounce the correct consonant.

Lately she's been saying "stinky" after she "pooks", while waving her hand in front of her face to blow the stink away from her nose.


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Twinkle twinkle little star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diaper in the sky....
LOL that is funny!

That reminds me of something my dad told me: When I was little I was sure that "Mary had a little lamb, its fleas were white as snow."

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Pomegranates are "hamburger"
Lemon is "melon"
She swears her name is Elmo.
Elmo was last week, this week it is "William". I don't know where she got William. Her name is Clarissa. ???
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DD 21 months. Loves to pronounce her 't's very clearly and in all the wrong places.

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My son watched a Thomas the Train video today and was telling us about "Percy" this evening during dinner. I'll just let you guess how my son mis-pronounces "Percy". So during our little conversation, my husband took a bite of food and then responded to my son by saying something like, "Mmmhmm, Percy is a good train, huh?". Well, my son thought my husband meant Percy the train was good to eat so he starts wailing, "No! Dad! Don't eat Percy!"

I literally had to run to the bathroom I was laughing so hard.
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I've always called sandwiches "sammiches" (so does DP, but I think he got that from me); so my DS copies (well, sometimes he calles it "sandwich"). But my favorite is the whole thing....

"Mom, can I have a peter-butter sammich, please?" It's so cute.

It used to be a "peter-nut-butter" sammich, but he shortened it (it was a mouthful!). He's starting to get it right now; and it's a bit sad because it's the last of the baby language that he has left. I am thankful though, 'cause we thought he'd never talk at all (turns out, he was just a silent observer before stepping into the adventure). :

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for pick up truck...my DS says pick it up truck
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My 3 & 5 sing "I love rock and roll, so put another dime in the juice box baby!"
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we live near Disney and go frequently

My 4 yr old calls

Epcot.. Apricot
Chip & Dale.. Chip & Dip lol
Monorail.. Monica Rail

He used to call his...

paci.. pudno !??

He still says "last day" instead of yesterday lol.. and Im sure there are amillion more that I just cannot think of right now
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oh thought of another one.. when he was younger he would call Jesus... "Gigi" lmao and he used to say "sh*t" for sit... which was extremely fun when we forgot to tell the nursery worker at church
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Well my DS is 20, but THANK YOU MAMAS so much for reminding me!
thank you- dit doo
helicopter-heckopiter
other side (nursies) uh siiiiide! (insert increasing volume and tone here)
kitty-titty
broccoli-trees
bananas-naynays
ocean-oh sh*t
lotion-losh*t

okay, I'm calling my kid to remind him how cute he was!!
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yellow = yedow
flower = falor
banana = mana
turtle = turkel
drive = dribe

and she used to say cock for clock but thankfully that has ended.
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and she used to say cock for clock but thankfully that has ended.
My daughter still does that.

Sometimes she says foot correctly, and sometimes she says fook and some people have to ask, what did she just say? because they think she said something else, if you know what I mean.

Peda-peda-peda-peda = peanut butter along with a sign she created (taking right finger and wiping it on her left forefinger to represent spreading peanut butter on bread) I don't think I spelled that out well, because she sticks her tongue in and out as she says it.

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For ds, "shoe" is "shoe-shoe" or "shooshie." "Cheese" is "cheesh"

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My DD is 26 mos and doesn't usually say the first consonant of many words.

She is just potty trained and says "eepee, mommy, eepee!" when she has to go. She also says "oop" for poop.
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When you ask my dd2 how she's doing, she says, "ghee" instead of "good". I just love that. One other cute one is calling "milkies" "nookies".

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Just remembered she says nenoos for noodles too.
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helicopter-heckopiter
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My son used to say "heckopopper" for helicopter. For some reason my dd used to drop the n in the word need. She'd say "Mommy, I eed a drink".
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My nephew LOVES the dirt digger (some construction machine near my mom's store). Whenever he's over there he wants to see the: 'insert the engine sound here'.
He does not call it the dirt digger, he makes the sound of the dirt digger.
When he does say dirt digger it comes out: Duh Diduh

My DS doesn't use words yet, but he may be getting close.
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shockeet-chocolate sometimes he says chokeet too.
yite-light (i used to say that and its one thing my dad reminds me of often smiling LOL and ive never heard another kid say it somehow)
eye cwean-ice cream
fohg/fohggie-frog
clwean-clean
peekchure-picture



heart he doesnt misprounoundce, but he says it SO adorably! he draws it out...and its sooo cute! :


not mispronounced, but he says buttcheese or stinky gross instead of poo. never have figured that one out. :embarassed:
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lurking over here as dd2 will turn one this sunday and while dd1 is 4 1/2 i had to add to this thread because it still cracks me up

dd1 was very good at pronouncing words from the time she began to talk.
one night when she was about 2, dh was putting her to bed and she was insisting that needed a tennis shoe so dh finally gave in and gave her figuring that if that's what she needs to sleep than so be it! well she got very upset when he handed her the tennis shoe, got out of bed walked to the living room, grabbed a tissue and said

"not a tennis shoe daddy, a tennis shoe!"

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ds says Bamana for Banana and I LOVE it and encourage it. bad mama!
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[QUOTE=Tiffany_PartyOf5;9577430]oh thought of another one.. when he was younger he would call Jesus... "Gigi" [QUOTE]

Both my little ones do this!! It's adorable! My dd likes to make, "MMMMMAW" kisses at pictures of Him.
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Just remembered she says nenoos for noodles too.

yep, Abigail says Noo-nuls for noodles.




It's one of the few two syllable words she hasn't shortened to one syllable.

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