Sunday, March 02, 2008


Kidspeak. Toddler talk. We parents get pretty good at deciphering our kids' muddled attempts to speak everyday English. Just today my son asked me when we could go visit cousin "Domino" (he meant Dominic). That got me thinking about a few memorable words and phrases that my two little people have unwittingly bungled (or improved upon, you decide).


Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you. Blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your tree, Jesus.

God's outfit

money card

Abraham Lickin'

Communion waiver

How can I get one of those money machines?

Darth Tater
(The toy really exists but little man referred to the movie character as such for at least a year.)

Are we having cow bones for dinner?

Block and Buster

I'll have a Friday sandwich.


The guy who brings stuff from ebay

Freaky Fried Chicken


Missy Mouse


movie heaters

Jennifer Grievous


hot log

"In the name of the Father, the fun, and the Holy Spirit..."


the mother of this lot said...

Hey, if you find out where to get one of those money machines can you let me know?

Leigh said...

how 'bout it?

Ah...childhood innocence.

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

Kidspeak is my favorite! My son, Niklaus calls fried egg sandwiches "Friday Sandwiches" because that's how he hears it...funny thing is, we usually have them on Fridays during he's right, they ARE "Friday sandwiches!"