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thread: Baby words

  1. #19
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    aw they are just cute.


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  2. #20
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    Lala - koala

    can't think of anything else ... but the way he says *everything* is just to die for.

  3. #21
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    Chuck-en for custard and Cattan Fezzerchord for Captain Feathersword Those are my 2 faves other than "wegs" etc for legs haha!

  4. #22
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    fork ends up sounding like ... well, you know ...

    so when DS is saying, "Mummy, fork! Fork mummy!" that's not how it sounds ...


  5. #23
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    Clock without the "L"
    Rock stats with a "C" not an R
    Thank you sounds like "f*** you" but I think he's saying "funk"

    We used to have
    "up a gup" for up you get.
    "mobike" for motorbike
    Banana has gone from "bananana" to "banana" to "bana". Now it's banana again.

    I know there heaps more but I can't think of them...

    ETA - we have a lift-the-flap book called Peek-a-boo Peter, that DS has memorised.
    One page says:
    "I see a smart red coat, can you see it too?
    Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, is that you?
    That's not Peter, that's Jeremy Fisher!"

    DS says:
    "I see a smart red coat, can you se it too?
    Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, is that you?
    That's not Peter, that's Jemima Fishycat!"

  6. #24
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    Wow thats pretty smart!

    Clock- hmm that's not a word I've heard anybody here say yet
    something to look foward to. I bet it'll be in town "look mummy a big ..."
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  7. #25
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    DD2 says cuggles instead of cuddles. She swaps her F's for a P and S for T so we get requests for pish and chips for dinner while she's singing me the latest "tong" she's learned! I love them

    Sad that I can't remember DD1's Really should have written some of them down

  8. #26
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    Aww these are cute!
    My dd says most things properly now, but still says hippucs for hiccups. She used to call muesli bars, doobidas and cuddles were cuggles. I really miss the cuggles!


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  9. #27
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    Aww these are cute!
    My dd says most things properly now, but still says hippucs for hiccups. She used to call muesli bars, doobidas and cuddles were cuggles. I really miss the cuggles!


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    lol we have newsli bras here

  10. #28
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    Our recent one has been "eats d**k" instead of eat it. We had a very hysterical few moments when she informed me that "Marma gave me icecream. Jimmi eats d**k". I had to call my mum after I stopped laughing and she translated that she gave DD an ice cream and her dog, Jimmi, ate some with her. Lol (I admit. I filmed her saying it so I can giggle later)

    Oh and "luff choo" for love you. I think I will cry when she starts saying it properly.

  11. #29
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    Temote for remote
    skellington for skeleton

  12. #30
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    We eat "Munch" instead of lunch, have "Beebix" instead of weet bix, play with "disaurs" not dinosaurs...

    Ok I'll stop now. I love listening to my baby talk. I'm sure that will wear off one day, but until then I'm happy to brag about it whenever invited haha

  13. #31
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    Soo cute!

    We have:
    locklatt: Chocolate
    yesday: Yesterday (meaning anytime from 2 seconds ago to several months ago lol!)
    simlull: Similar
    vee sad: very sad
    Fissile: Finn McMissile
    Em-Lay: Emily - but he gets it right now
    Open-en it: Open it.
    Light queen: Lightning McQueen
    Bob Bidda: Bob the Builder

    One he used to do that's stopped for a while now - boobie for mummy.

  14. #32
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    Dd2 used to say
    forlorn cakes for corn flakes
    Neutral grain for neutra grain
    Cucubumber for cucumber
    Brepabest for breakfast

    I miss it when they can say it properly!

  15. #33
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    Neutral grain for neutra grain
    My DH still says that

  16. #34

    Jul 2009
    Australia
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    When my DD says thank you its "tee deedee" which i think translates to "ta thankyou"

    She has other words for other things but its hard to write them down and im the only one that knows what shes talking about.

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    Our favourite is heckli-co cktar for helicopter. And elpant for elephant. DD1 couldnt say playschool, so it was always called place.
    DD1 used to call Dh's work, bish. She would never say work.

    We have heaps more but I cannot for the life of me remember more. I shall have a think and return

  18. #36
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    These are all heart-meltingly adorable!

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