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Old 12-12-2012, 02:07 PM   #11
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wee-oos = ambulance, police car, or fire truck. makes my co-workers giggle since i work on the fire dept. i've been known to say "we need to turn on the wee-oo lights" when responding to a call
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pinnanyo = piano
DD says "bapino" for piano, and "batar" for guitar, even though we always pronounce them correctly.

We think "ba-" is her prefix for things/words she really likes: Samatha and Kanani (her AG dolls) are "Bamantha" and "Banani," even though we know she can say their real names.
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:19 PM   #17
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Re: What toddler-speak have you picked up?

stuffy noses that need to be blown = booger noses
lotion or shea butter for our skin = goo
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Re: What toddler-speak have you picked up?

Bra bra- brother
Apoom- cell phone
Apo- open
Bloap- soap
be-up -ketchup
Pita- pizza
Mok- milk
Waya- water
Kink- sink
Flop flops- flip flops

Many more... Emily is speech delayed so she says lots of funny things that just stick

From nick, we used to say "a couple while" for either "a couple minutes"or "a little while"
And melmo for Elmo, but those have phased out
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Re: What toddler-speak have you picked up?

bee=baby
oright=alright

We used to say a lot of others: bup=cup etc, but my oldest has some enunciation issues, so we are trying to be more conscious of using the correct words and sounds for things
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