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Tonight Stephen and I were eating turkey sandwiches when S decided he wanted a sandwich.
He pronounces sandwich “fwand-gitch.” (say that one out loud!)
Stephen decided to try and teach him how to say it correctly.
It came out “sand-ge-gitch”
We laughed SO hard! He really is trying, but some words come out so funny.
Another of my favorites is the way he says music: “tsu-git” I have no idea where he got it, though!
4 thoughts on “Adventures in 3-year-old diction”
Carrie – how cute!
Heather – you’re so right. I’ve noticed as S has learned to pronounce certain words correctly. . .that I do miss the younger days. I’m sure that feeling will be the same in a few months when his diction is even better.
Dana – that’s so cute! It sounds like something S would say.
Awww. I love the words they make up, my favorite from my oldest who is now 6 was flip- flops, we backing out of the driveway on a rainy day and from his car seat he said “mom turn on the flipflops its raining”
So far my youngest who is 2 says “yesh” for yes and calls his brother YaYo, when his name is actually Colby
Emily says “panny-cakes” and “vitiums”. In a few years we’ll be missing all of the funny talk
Jade can not say tinfoil, it comes out “Fin-toil” 🙂 How cute!
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