Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Tot Talk Tuesday




This week I'll do some Zo-cabulary.

mac n cheese = macor cheeny

raisins = seasons (it's so sweet when she asks, "can I please have some seasons?")

back yard gets mixed with back garden (the way they say it in Scotland) = back yardin


She keeps saying something I can't figure out. She comes in asking, "I want coin"
I've asked if she means corn, but no hit. I ask if she means coin and she enthusiastically agrees. But what on earth does she want a coin for? I can't figure it out. I'll keep you posted if I ever do find out what she means.





And because of the wisdom of Jasmin Star (and btw her blog ROCKS) that every post is better with a pic, here are a few of Lana.







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5 comments:

2Shaye ♪♫ said...

Oh I love the back yarden! Lately my 3 year old has been sounding very German. Everything is "this is mine toy" and "that is mine watch." Cracks us up!

Yeah, let us know when you figure out the coin thing. ;)

septembermom said...

I love the Zo-cabulary! Really funny. I remember trying to figure out certain tot sayings too. I'll be curious to hear about the coin reference too. Love these photos. Just beautiful!

Michelle M. said...

SO cute! Spunky was just running around the kitchen yelling, "Munch! Munch!" That is how she says "lunch."

Those photos are beautiful!

Juli said...

I love the photos.

lady mommy said...

HAHA every night when we would say prayers Sierra would ask us to pray for "tans" and we never figured out what it was. We guessed crayons but she would say noooo mommy, TANS! So we would pray for tans every time, much to her delight.