K-Lish Episode Lesson 7

Catch up, i'll wait...*whistling*

Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
Lesson 5
Lesson 6
Caw Wuz--Star Wars--K has taken a liking to all things Star Wars and Clone Wars, she is My Boy's buddy through and through.

Howween--Halloween--This is big this year, last year she had no clue other than it was candy time, this year it's the whole dress up, ring doorbells, and get candy. She gets it!

TwiMUMBLEMUMBLEteet!--Trick or Treat--Hubby has been practicing with her, she rings the doorbell, I open the door, and her hands immediately go to her face in embarassment and she mumbles the words. Too funny!

My See Betty--Can I See Betty--the cat...my nephew's cat. She is in love with it and likes to squeeze it just a tad too hard I think.

Darby--Darby or Barbie--Any Barbie-style doll, even Polly Pockets and Groovy Girls are Darbies. Also, Darby the Super Sleuth on Winnie the Pooh. "My play Darbies, come on!"

SoopSoo--Super Sleuth--see above "Darby"

Mo cone now?--can I have more corn now?--Someone's food of the week is creamy corn! She asked for it for breakfast once. Yes, I gave her some.

My go peesku now, DQ my teechu--Can I go to preschool now, DQ will be my teacher--after DQ is done with homework, she and K play preschool. I was appointed principal when the kids are bad.

my butt--my butt--the kid is fascinated with her butt. I can't explain it. She's always talking about it and My Boy or DQ don't say it!?

yehsss--yes--it's just so cute how she articulates 'yes' so well and with her lips pursed.

dis huwts, no pretties-this hurts, no pretties--K doesn't enjoy the hair brushing business. I tell her she needs to have pretties (rubber bands/clips) but she doesn't care. It's almost time for her first cut!!

my showuh wif you, no hair wet?--can I take a shower with you but not get my hair wet?-- no, it's impossible.

Me reebot--I'm a robot--not really sure about the whole robot thing in our house but everyone is always saying "I'm a robot" and doing the robot dance and saying "affirmative" all the time...I live with the crazies!

Matchy matchy--look these things are the same--if K and anyone else have the 1. same color clothes on 2. same type of shoes on 3. both holding a toy 4. both wearing pajamas 5. both eating same food, etc...she yells MATCHY MATCHY. It's too darn cute.

wiposs--lipgloss--K loves wiposs, just have to make sure she doesn't eat it!

Doo-ah--Dora the Explorer--K is loving this show. DQ used to watch it and now it's a staple for K when she goes to Yaya and Papa's on Friday mornings!

Schwapper--Swiper the Fox--the nemesis on Dora. "Swapper no schwapping!"

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  1. SavvySuzie said...

    Too cute!! I love baby babble :) Boy Wonder is still at that stage where half of what he says is garble, but at least HE knows what he means!

  2. Weaselmomma said...

    These conversation must keep you in stitches!

  3. Terri said...

    hahaha - this one killed me: "Mo cone now?" I said it in my head with just a little bit too much male hillbilly-swagger for your little cutie. It may me laugh as did all the others.

  4. kel said...

    Oh my gosh.. that is adorable!! I miss that gobbly-gook that toddlers speak!

    I just gave you an award on my blog!

  5. Tenakim said...

    If this doesn't correct- don't send her to speech therapy- it's too sweet!

  6. mommaof4wife2r said...

    where da nnnnnoooooo?

    translation: where's the snow?

    mine got so frustrated with this that she now says, where is the white falling from above? yep, she works that hard to not say "s"

  7. Average Girl In Average World said...

    Those are super cute! And it's funny because no one else can understand your kids but you, MOM.

    LOL.

  8. Ali said...

    I was watching some old videos the other day of my oldest learning how to say Merry Christmas. It's funny because he was so off the mark but we all knew what he was saying!

  9. Semi-Slacker Mom said...

    Don't you love "Toddler Talk". My fave of Baby Girl's is sip-sick - lipstick, lipgloss, chapstick, my mascara & tur-tee - turkey!

  10. topsytechie said...

    These are always some of my favorite CTT posts..."keep emm cowmin"

  11. OHmommy said...

    You are right.... so sweet!

  12. Ranch Girl said...

    It's so cool that you've written down so many of the cute things K says! I only remember a few of M's - 'almot' for airplane, 'hot buddy' for a fire in the fireplace (because we always said it's 'hot buddy'), 'tootball' for football. Can't really remember much more :-(

  13. Elaine A. said...

    I love this - it will be so fun to look back at some day too - for both of you!

  14. Rachel said...

    I love K-lish lessons!!! They always crack me up! Too cute. :)

    And, Ellie is fascinated with her hiney too. I DONT get it!

  15. Tony said...

    I love it. I recall those days. Now I am on guard for those words we don't want them to say, that they bring home from school or overhear on TV or of course me slipping up.

  16. Brooks said...

    who doesn't love that baby talk?? Its like a secret language!

  17. Allison said...

    Oh I love that stage!! I can't wait till Emma says those cute things! I wish I could see your little one talk... I absolutely love it!!!

  18. Annie said...

    Kid speak is so funny!

  19. The White House said...

    Oh, so precious. I love this, "My go peesku now, DQ my teechu" and the butt fascination is pretty funny.

  20. Jamie said...

    Sooo cute - I love it!!!

  21. LazyCrazyMama said...

    Oh I love it!! They say the cutest things in the cutest ways! :) Love that she is obsessed with her butt, that will only grow with time ;)

  22. Noob Mommy said...

    Hi Jen,

    I have doubly nominated you for a blog award :) Have a great day!

  23. Tena said...

    these are too cute, I would bust out laughing at her all the time. Kids are so much fun!!!

  24. Ann said...

    Love it! *I wanted you to know that I voted for your picture....

    I jumped over from another blog. Hope you do not mind.

  25. Anna Lefler said...

    Ha! I loved this!

    This is the only language I'm speaking from now on. (Yes, I know it's not that different from how I speak now...)

    Happy Holidays, Gorgeous!

    XO

    Anna

  26. Elaine said...

    Awwww, I can just hear that precious face now. Love that little one talk.

  27. jill jill bo bill said...

    We need to get her and Grayson together!!! Tell her to wear wiposs. He likes strawberry. Watermelon stretches him out.

  28. Jenni Jiggety said...

    Sooooo sweet!

  29. Renée aka Mekhismom said...

    Oh yes - I am familiar with Schwapper. Mehki can't say it yet but is riveted to the tv when Dora is on so it is just a matter of time. You gotta love kid speak!

  30. Ann(ie) said...

    HOW cute is this list. I love my butt. hehe.
    AND your blog is so festive and fun right now. I'm digging the tunes!

  31. Keely said...

    Hehehhe, LOVE the 'matchy matchy'.

  32. Jennifer said...

    Oh, I see what you're doing, you sneaky one! Checking to see who's paying attention, aren't you? Seeing who your REALLY DEVOTED followers are! Well, I CAN tell you where the Robots come from! Flight of the Conchords!!!! Oh Yeah! Doing my celebratory Robot Dance! Whoot Whoot!

  33. flickrlovr said...

    DUDE. Just when I think she couldn't possibly get any cuter...

  34. Tobi said...

    Love these. A couple from my three year old Brody:

    gotfor: forgot

    "Mommy, Scarlett's aggratating me!"
    (a cross between irritating and aggravating)

    nunny: money

    "I want too many": A way of saying that he wants more than one of something, such as cookies. "I don't want just one, I want two many."

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