on March 9, 2015
Friday, January 24th @ 20:03 pm by Dracula23
My younger siblings could not say "stick" to save their lives. It always came out like "dick" I'm sure you can imagine the laughs we had (as we actually lived in a forest so sticks were everywhere)
PS: I can tell this story without getting my balls removed by one of them because they don't read this. I love it though.
Wednesday, November 2nd @ 12:30 pm by Ellie
My neice had problems pronouncing the letter p when she was learning to talk and pronounced it as a hard c sound. So, purple was curcle and popcorn was cockcorn. We still share the story and laugh. We just don't do it when she is around as now that she is older, she understands why we laugh and is embarrased.
Friday, September 2nd @ 23:04 pm by Michael
I overheard my 6 year old daughter trying to correct her 4 year old brother's pronunciation. He was showing off a Lego construction:
Look at my helicopper.
— You mean your heliCOPTer.
No, it's my helicopper.
It's an airplane.
Monday, May 16th @ 17:23 pm by sherry
It has been over 30 years and we still have dot dogs, sketties, noonies, toofies, footsies, poopoo, peepee, and all the fun things that little ones say. We haven't had instructions in the house since our 33 y/o son said he needed constructions for the Legos.
Friday, February 19th @ 13:10 pm by Nicole
My now 10-year-old twins would say "buggy" instead of "broken". They eventually transitioned to the correct pronunciation on their own, but my husband and I still use "buggy."
Thursday, February 11th @ 20:57 pm by Kelsey
My three year old says boops! I've corrected her a couple times but it didn't take. At this point I'm just gonna soak up all the cute.
Saturday, December 12th @ 16:24 pm by Deanna
I nearly cried when my six year old didn't call the refrigerator a fidgylater. I am fairly certain you're watching my house. I'm thinking royalties might be in order! Lol
Friday, November 6th @ 15:22 pm by Jon
I still can't figure out how my kid's color pronunciation of Yellow went from Yeah-oh (adorable) to Lellow (adorable). How did he lose the leading Y sound??? I don't care, I still love it and there's no way I'm going to correct it.
Friday, October 30th @ 19:08 pm by Michelle
It's better you, their parent, correct them as you can do it in the most non-condescending way whereas other people in their lives might not be able to.
-The Chick Who Used to Say Van-eel-a
Wednesday, October 21st @ 23:58 pm by Stephanie
I love all these comics but I especially love this one. As far as the kid-speak goes, I don't correct them. They figure it out. Sadly, we no longer have pack-packs or hiccup-trucks anymore.
Thursday, March 12th @ 22:38 pm by weesh
well you gotta correct them eventually...I usually wait a month or so...
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