I often share how funny my 4-year old Paris' little brain works. Lately, she seems to be creating her own language. I think this may be the result of ease-dropping on her learned father teaching her elder siblings new words. I have to stay sharp to keep up with them all!
Here are a few examples:
abadeable - Used in a sentence; "I told Tucker hitting girls is NOT abadeable!"
crazy hair day - Used in a sentence; "OK mom you can do my hair, but this is not crazy hair day."
dispensadility - Used in a sentance; (after being told to pick up after herself and that she forgot to turn off the basement light)
"It is not my dispensadillity to turn the lights off!"
I was laughing too hard at this one to dispense a dility on her ars.
goodappointed - Used in a sentence; "Thank you for driving the stroller in the shade, I'm happy now, I'm goodappointed."
old-lady - well, apparently it is now acceptable for 4 year olds to refer to their 36 year old mothers as such, I'll leave it at that.
Our family went camping last weekend. My husband was having a hard time being patient waiting in the one-lane line to get into the campground as one individual either waved your through or sold you an entrance sticker. Our second time into the campground that day had us waiting again. As soon as the car ahead of us took off, Paris yelled out the window "Bye bye Pickle Suckers!" Afte laughing our faces off, we scrambled to think of how she came up with that one and whether anyone heard our 4 year old say that. Then it came to me - she hates pickles, and her sisters love them. So the people in front of us that were making us wait were people who not only ate pickles but must have savored the foul food also.
"Mama, Tucker is in my class.
Tucker likes to hit. He hits with sticks, he hits with toys.
But, I'm the lucky one, I told Tucker, girls are not abadeable!" (translation: debateable)