Anyone who has spent time around children know that they can say some pretty dadgum cute things.
By the time our kids were preschool age, it occurred to me that I should be writing these adorable words on paper. Just any old paper wouldn't do . . . I wanted the finest, so I bought a composition book, because for some stupid reason, I really like 'em.
And so it begins . . .
First Edition: Word Definitions
"hangamer" = hamburger (Nate/Danae)
"check-up" = Ketchup (Nate/Danae)
"B-I-M" = IBM (Danae)
"Each otherie" = Each other (Cara/Nate/Danae)
"Panna-cake" = Pancake (Cara/Nate/Danae)
"Mackin" = Napkin (Cara)
"Suesscase" = Suitcase (Cara)
Unfortunately I started this when my kids were around 3, 4 and 5 years old....and I know I forgot some good ones by then. Maybe this will encourage some young mom's to keep their own books. I can still hear their little voices saying these things!