reed speaks

This is not for you, dear readers. Sorry. It is for me to remember, always, the hysterical, and sometimes contagious, things that Reed has said in her short life as a speaker. I suppose I will update it as new ones arise, I don't really know. I just know I have to get them out of my head and onto a computer to keep, always. And to embarrass her, always.

Reed - English
Bauuuw - Ball (first word), followed by Boon = Balloon
Strawbirdee - Strawberry
Sparkedee - Sparkly (she had some kick-ass sparkly shoes)
Slipperdee - Slippery
Santa Closet - Santa Clause
PuhLeeeeeeze - Please
TankooWelcome - Thank you, you're welcome
Akchewee - Actually
Frilla' - Thriller (Micheal Jackson)
Feed It - Beat It (Micheal Jackson)
Harmokina - Harmonica
Galur(l) - Girl, This was especially comical when she would try to sing the Little Mermaid song, "Kiss the Galurl."
Hammer Binkwin - Abraham Lincoln (and named a stuffed dog after the former president)
Man Washington - George Washington
Lellow - Yellow
Last Day - Yesterday
Next Day - Tomorrow
A - The, "Molly a Dog" "Molly a Girl" instead of "Molly the Dog" and "Molly the Girl"
Bucka' - We haven't quite figured it out. But, she often says this to Beckett when she is frustrated with him. "Beckett, you little BUCKA'!" And no, for all of you who are wondering, it is most definitely NOT merely a g-rated form of the word that begins with an "f". Thank you very much!
Senkent - Second
Sumping - Something
Sink about it - Think about it. As in, when she's in time-out, she has to "Sink about it."
Flashlights - Lightening
Wayco - Where did it go?
Payno, or Panayno - Tomato
Sfi Sfi Sfi - We're still not sure.
StrapperBang - Everyone's name for about a month(February 2010). "Reedy, what's your bear's name?" She replies, "StrapperBang."
Life Garden - Lifeguard (at the pool)
Ingsect - Insect
Sparecidus - Asparagus

I believe the child has listened to Bob Marley one too many times. She has now adopted his hairstyle. Can she say "conditioner?"

P.S. Not to be outperformed, Beckett's first word was "up", and he's been saying it nonstop for the past 7 days. He tilts his head and looks up with his glassy blue/gray eyes and says... "aaaaaaup!" Thank you my little man. I've wondered for so long what your little voice would sound like, and I love hearing it. Keep talking, love.

He does not at all like to be awoken from a nap. Check out the face-on-hand print. Awesome.

What about your little ones? What do they say that makes you laugh your pants off?

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