Things Spoken

Here are a few things that my daughter is saying right now that I just love:

+Gotch – of course, I wrote a whole blog about that
+Sure – pronounced, shooo-or. M, do you want some milk? Shoooo-or. M, did you have a good time? Shooo-or. M, do you want a spanking? Shoooo-or.
+Sducks – meaning, stuck. Or better yet, I’m stuck, mom, would you quit laughing and get over here to help me?
+Daddy’s purse – *points to mom’s purse* Mama’s purse… *points to dad’s messenger bag* Deedee’s purse
+ooooh, nooooo! – she says it about many things, but in this cute little high pitched voice, drawing out the oooo’s for dramatic effect
+roh-roh, rosie – usually accompanied by taking my hand and telling me to…
+gup – meaning, get up, mom, and play ring around the rosey with me

Good times.

Photo: Yea, stinkin’ cute (2007)



  1. Llama Momma

    So, so cute!! Make sure you get them on tape, too. There are a few expressions my noisy boys used that I must have thought would last forever…but, of course, they don’t.

    My favorite? Dee dee. They both called eachother “Dee Dee,” and they also used a different inflection as an offer to trade. “Dee dee? Dee dee?” (Because their mean Mother used to take toys away from them for fighting! 🙂 )

  2. Jeanne Damoff

    Aw, Tina. What a precious picture. 🙂 And obviously the child has a brilliant future in communications.

    I agree you should tape her. We used to interview our kids on tape, and it’s so strange and fun to hear their toddler voices now that they’re adults.

  3. spaghettipie

    LM – good point, I’ll definitely try to do that sometime soon.

    JD – oooh, I love the interview idea. We’ll have to try that.

    C – Thanks, I tend to think she’s pretty special… 🙂

    S – Well, Manya would let Soats have some of her hair, but I’m not sure it would match very well…

    BJ – 🙂 Once you get married, you can have one too…

  4. Madison Richards

    I wish every child in the world could have a mama as wonderful and loving as you~~!!!

    Keep up the good lovin’!!

  5. L.L. Barkat


    (that’s what we used to do… use the suds to make our kids into different teletubbies in the tubby).

  6. spaghettipie

    MR – Thanks for coming by and I will definitely keep up the good lovin’!

    LL – Ha! You’re so funny. Those teletubbies are so naughty sometimes!

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