This is another new little series I plan on incorporating here. I have my blog printed in book form each year so I want to keep a running list of all the funny toddler talk that is going on in our house.
My favorite is that she has a bit of lisp, so that her S’s are pronounced with a G or an SH. For her birthday she got an overstuffed chair, which we refer to as her seat, and two months later she is still exuberant about it. Whenever we have people over, she points excitedly to it while yelling “Dat ma shi-yit! DAT MA SHI-YIT!”
She’s very gangsta. Here are some other funny things she has said lately:
“Mama! I shi-yit on Midder Bockadush!” - Said as she bounces up and down on top of her stuffed fox, named Mister Fox.
“Here go mama, gween bow!” - Said as she hands me an orange bow.
“Oh Mama, you wock da happo booka?” - asked when she saw me sitting in a rocking chair holding a book adorned with a hippopotamus on it’s cover
Scarlette: “Daee wuhk?”
Mommy: “Yes, Daddy is at work”
Scarlette: “Oh. Do you wan go wuhk?”
Mommy: “Scarlette, are you ready to eat breakfast?”
Scarlette: “Ya! Ya! EGGS!”
Mommy: “You want me to fix you some eggs?”
Scarlette: “No, I don’t wike eggs.”
Mommy: “Good morning, would you like some breakfast?”
Scarlette: “No, I wan dance! Pokey pokey ashies pall down!”
Mommy: “Scarlette, if you pull Lucy Dog’s tail again, you will have to sit in time out.”
Scarlette: “Ya! I wike time ow-yut!”
Mommy: “Scarlette, what is on your pajamas?”
Scarlette: “Tucks! Tucks yamas!”
Mommy: “Good try but actually, those are penguins on your pajamas.”
Scarlette: “Ning Nans! Ning Nans QUACK QUACK!”
Mommy, hollering over my shoulder in answer to Jeff “Kay!”
Scarlette: “LMNOP! Shupa Why!”