Sunday, October 29, 2006

Toddler Vocabulary

Ameya - Amelia

diggow - To laugh or giggle. "Ameya's diggowing"

payf - To pay for something. "Did you payf'er it? Is it payf'ed yet?"

caa-corn - Popcorn. "Can you get me some caa-corn?"

teedee - Television

deedeedee - DVD

suppin - Something. "Can you get me suppin ta drink?"

caapiwar - Catipillar. "The caapiwar wants to come inside."

nayvers - Neighbors. "Can we go the the nayvers' house?"



At 10/29/2006 6:06 PM, Blogger Morgan said...

how cute is he

adorable son
fantastic if not spastic daughter and
fabu wife

you have good life my friend

At 10/29/2006 9:56 PM, Blogger e4 said...

Thanks Morgan. I can't argue. Hope you're hanging in there laid up Down Under.

Oh, I forgot a good one:

sneak - To duck. "Sneak your head down under there."

At 10/31/2006 9:57 AM, Blogger Suzer said...

See also: Resteronk - Place to eat. "I like to eat cookies at the resteronk." Blanquet (pronounced like banquet with an l) - soft covering for a bed. "I can't sleep without my binky and blanquet." Also Why-an. A fierce animal with a mane found in Africa. "The why-an says roar."

At 11/01/2006 12:08 AM, Blogger e4 said...

We have a regional variation for resteronk - "resternont"


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