Or maybe most kids get a few phrases or words wrong and there's nothing you can do but giggle and wait to correct them until they're like... twenty-one?
Here are some winners from my twyns:
"Screw...screw...screw...we're screwing!" (As they turn around, each holding one end of a scarf)
"Pie-papples are so pickory!" (Pineapples are prickly)
For him: "Jamamas." For her: "Dejamas." For the rest of us: "Pajamas."
(Hear child wail) "I was just porking her with my spewer!" (porking = poking; spewer=anything that is pickory or spews something.)
We hear about porking a lot. It's usually disturbing if taken out of context.
Spewing is an interesting creation. My husband asked where they got it from and I suspect it is a reference to the sound an electronic fictional type gun or Spider-Man's webs sound when being ejected.
[hence, at Costco:] "Look! They have a really big spewer here!"
and just for fun:
"Mom-watch me run around SUPER FAST!" [whispers:] "I won't hurt myself."
And completely on their own, they discovered a whole new way to 'pillow-fight':
And how about your kiddos? Any good ones lately??