*smothers Ernie with blanket* Nigh-niiiiiight, oh wate up! You yike puzzoh. hmmmmm wet's seee. his frwiends. anna Emmo, common elmo! *drops elmo* Oh No!! You okay Emmo? *picks all toys up and purposely drops them* Oh no! You okay Ernie? You okay Emmo? One, Two Emmos! *drops both* Uh oh! Ooooh nooooo! You ok Ernie eh Emmo? Is frwiends! Is shoooes? Buckles? Heewp? My buckles? Heewp witsh shooes? Emmo in shoes? You oo Ernie! Common *shoves Ernie into one of her shoes* Burt inna Ernie oh-weo-weo-weo an a Dohyee! (dolly)
*hits musical toy and sings* LA-LALAAAAA-LLLAAAAAAA! LA-LAAAaaa Laaaaaa! *shriek* Weeeoooo weeeooo weeoewowow! I got a duck. QUAAAAACK.
*studies pictures on her wooden block* One, Two, Free boons! I need a bwock. Buiwd a towerh. *organizes the pieces so that the same shapes are all together* Onnne, Twoooooo, Freeeee, It's soo high! Soo high! Pweetty, a towerh, so high. A towehr. I got it. *Sings* Heeeeaaaad, shhhoouuuldyuhs, knees an tooooees. Eyes an eaaaoooooo and mouf and nooose. High towehr. Geegogeegogeegogeego. <-- that and the "oh-weo-weo" business is her filler talk in conversation. It must be what she thinks English sounds like.
That's enough I think. Her natural habitat is now a disaster zone and we're past bed time.
If you read it all, Thank you! If you understood it all, high five. I love watching her little language develop. At this age, it's like a little window into her thoughts. All new parents wonder what goes on in those little people brains of theirs so it's pretty cool when you finally get to hear little bits.