I love watching my kids grow up, especially some of the language development. Blue, at 4 1/2, asks when he hears a word that he doesn't understand. Pink, at 2 1/2, just pronounces things the way she thinks they should sound. For instance:
stiffles: stubble + prickles = what daddy's face feels like when he hasn't shaved
next by me: as in, "sit next by me", which is something between "by" and "next to"
litty bitty: little bit or itty bitty, I'm not really sure, but I know it's not very much
mommymommymommy: my new name; apparently the old one wasn't getting attention quickly enough
Pink is also working on her "s" sounds at the beginnings of words, so we either hear a lot of "SSSSS" or none at all, either of which is hilarious.