My wife's nickname is Zookie and our friend has twin sons who love her. When they visited and she was not home, they were looking around the house saying, "We want Nookie. We want Nookie!" Ah, they grow up so quickly these days....
It was Christmas Eve and the little one said "Mommy I'm so incited" LOL
My niece use to say phuck (like ***) of stead of truck. No matter how many times we tried to correct her, it came out as phuck...so we just said phuck it
i have an ADULT in my life that mispronounces words & is too cute to correct! haha<br />
(he calls the Chiropractor the Choir-practor, and say Flustrating instead of frustrating)
My son, at 3 asked me to renegotiate his bed time.
My daughter said yellow as lello and it was soooo cute but shes got it right now
My oldest pronounced napkin "nakkin". She was in fifth grade before she realized it was not the proper pronunciation. I can still remember her puzzled look after asking me why the p was silent. She'd misspelled it on a test and was mortified!
my sister used to call milk "muck" lol
My sons friend has terrible palsy.
my son used to say "venchtables" I still say it!
My son calls American NUMPTIES <br />
I am not going to critise him
My friends son call Gloves "Glubs"
My godson very seriously (at age 7) explained to me that the reason there were no more dinosaurs was because they were all "exstink" ;)
school. it is too cute
My nephew. "Tain-da-roo" for Kangaroo.
my friend's 2 year old calls me Ti-ne instead of Tiffani.It's so cute!
My daughter called Macaroni and Cheese - "Mokiakiter and Cheese", and at first we tried to correct her but it was just so cute we eventually left her alone and to be cute.<br />
Now she says it correctly and I was a little sad the first time I heard it, but she's my daughter and I'm proud of her :)
Lol, "mike-no-wave", that's great! Kids are hilarious :) I wish I could still remember some of the words my son said :/
When he was small my son used to speak of 'Granddad's rebacco'.
my little buddy calls 'em "Rockaboaches" (cockroaches). He looks up with big wide eyes and says it, it's darling!
pawk, said, by my younger son, like a guy from Massachusetts, such as the late Jack Kennedy, would say it, except my son has never been close to the state and is not American....