FYI: My kids are now 19, 17, 12, and 9.
Robert started the word "WAINT" in our house, and to this day, my boys all say "WAINT" instead of "WAIT". What's with that? But if I can put an R in WARSH, I guess they can put an N in WAINT. =0)
Mathew always loved him some "busgetti!" I'm sure lots of your kids have called it that, too.
Robert and Mathew both took a bath and used a "woth-cloth" (wash cloth). It took us YEARS to break that word. And "Wash-rag" was just easier! To this day sometimes Mathew will still slip and call it a woth-cloth.
Cameron was so cute when he was tiny. When someone would ask him his name, he would always say "Dambelin." He just couldn't master that "C" sound, and his R's came out as L's. Yea, people would give us some funny looks until we clarified "CAMERON!" Then they'd sigh a big, "Ohhhhhh! CAMERON!" Of course, he'd nod and grin like, "That's what I just said!"
Riley always wanted a "Hangabur & frih-fries" at McDonalds. I hated it when people corrected her, too. I wanted her to say "Hangabur" forever!
My hubby comes from a Polish family and always called their hineys a "Doopaosh" (pronounced DOO-PIE-OSH). It was so cute to hear Riley as a toddler tell people she landed on her doopayash.
Mathew had THE CUTEST giggle of the four kids. It was the most contagious laugh you ever heard. If he giggled, everyone laughed. You just couldn't help it! We knew even back then that someday we'd miss that giggle, and boy do we!
I sure do miss those younger years of pure innocence!
from YOUR little ones?