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#61 of 70 Old 12-04-2007, 10:04 PM - Thread Starter
 
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One just came up that was so funny I had to pop in here and tell yall

"frittoo-frattoo" = refridgerator (We just got a new one today.)

Now if yall'd excuse me, my child is commanding me to "papo hahn, mommee! papo hahn!" which means that he likes this song that's playing right now, and is commanding me to "clap my hands" and come and dance with him....
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DD is just 14 months but speaks quite a bit.

Goggy!? = Doggy
Goggy!? = Bear
Geegee = Kitty
Deedee = Baby
Goggy!? = Turtle
Uck = Yuck
Vroom = Car
Goggy!? = Horse
Cuck = Truck

Werdee go = Where'd he/she/it go?
Here dee go = Here you go.
Lego = Let's go
Huh! Hot rye! = That's right; that's hot.

Goggy is by far her favorite word- and mine too.
My 18 mo dd is obsessed with hiding things and herself (yup, she also was BIG on separation anxiety, lol) and she also says

werdee go=where'd he/she/it go?

constantly! Often just werd go? werd go? as she hides an object. But then the best is when she runs and hides and then you hear a voice yelling:

Where Shawnya? Where Shawnya? from her hiding place ('shawnya' is her attempt to pronounce her own name, lol)
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I have no clue why reading this stuff is so entertaining....but it is.

I'm actually trying to decipher something my 19 month DD is saying. It's sooooo frustrating for both of us. She says the same thing over and over; It sounds like "ayyyys go." I *think* she's asking me to name things. She'll point to an object and say "ayyyys go."
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I haven't read this thread, I haven't even finished the first post... but I can tell it's going to be great. So I'm subbing so I can come back and read.

My 12 month old has zero words, so it'll be a long time before I can contribute anything here.

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Here is one from yesterday:
16- m.o. comes up rubbing her eyes, "Mama, eye dirty!"
I said, "Do you have something in your eye?"
"Yeah! Eye-live!" (Spoken like "Olive", but she meant eyelash.)
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Too cute!
That last one reminded me of my friends niece who he took to the store when she was a toddler. She kept saying "want f*%kin milk!". He kept telling her that's not nice to say. He took her in the store and she ran and pointed at the chocolate milk. That was her way of saying it!
lol. I can't remember if it was here or on another board, but a child was asking his mom for a d*&n cracker. She told him that wasn't nice, then he got all confused and pointed to the box of graham crackers. lol

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If you all don't mind my quick hijack, here is a video of her saying "Goggy!?". :
I NEVER mind hijacks like that. She's too cute.

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I did think of one to contribute real quick from my nephews. I have one that's 3.5 and one that's 2, they are cousins, and my mom watches them while my sisters work. The older one called my mom Grammy b/c that's what she wanted to be called and as the oldest grandchild, he was encouraged to call her that. The younger one cannot say Grammy. He calls my mom "Ray-ray." The older one for a while would always correct him, and say very fiercely, "That's NOT Ray-ray, that's Grammy." Then one day he asked my mom why his cousin called her Ray-ray, and she indicated that he couldn't say Grammy so that's what he called her. Well from then on, the older one decided to call my mom Ray-ray too. lol

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I love this thread. Here are some of ours:

Mucky = music
sankoo = thank you!
samp = snap
sank = snack
DIS side! no DIS side = I wanna nurse on the OTHER side
"what does a turkey say?" "gaboo gaboo"
and of course, he can't pronounce "truck" and puts in an "f" instead.

my favorite:
Da Man = James Brown
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DS is one day shy of 17 months. His repertoire is pretty good:

mama = Mama
mamba = Gramma
pompa = Grampa
buppy = puppy (often followed by excited yipping)
ello = hello
buh-bye = goodbye
aw duh = all done
nigh-nigh = goodnight or i want to nurse
ho ho ho = santa or snowman
mmmmm = good/yummy
deek = drink
toe = toes
noe = nose
mou = mouth
shok = socks
uh-oh = i've done something wrong or dropped something
Unh! (that grunting noise - while patting the highchair) = mom, it's time to eat!
hod = hot food
dankoo = thank you (I say it alot to him)
uP = up
dadoo = tatoo (i have several; he likes to point them out)

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Ok I just got back from a visit with family, and have a bunch to add from my 2.5 year old nephew.

Dot you! ("Got you!", said as he runs up to you and grabs you in a hug.

Musurt (music)

Mah-mart ("Wal-mart", which is further divided into the "green" Wal-mart that his grandpa works at, and the "blue" Wal-mart that his mom works at.)

Poon (spoon)

Dates (thanks)

Day too (thank you)

Toad (cold)

In air ("in there", whether he has already put something in something else, or whether he requests that something be put in something... like Lydia into her carseat.)

Sirtle (circle or motorcycle)

Chotchit (chocolate)

Broten (broken)

Wait a me! (Wait for me!)

pizza gum (piece of gum)

tootie (cookie)

love you morst (love you most)

birder (booger)

tiss (kiss)

cho-chos (cheerios)

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Lollipop is "Lot-o-pop"
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