Giggles: A DictionaryDecember 1, 2010 at 10:00 am | Posted in Giggles | 16 Comments
Tags: Boys, Children, Growing Up, Humor, Kids, Language, Milestones, Parenting, Talking
anything green and snotty that comes from the nose; coll.: “I need a tissue; I got a bigger.”
the round seeds that fall from oak trees; frequently eaten by squirrels and collected in pockets by little boys.
the white liquid poured over cereal and, occasionally, the couch.
candy-coated chocolate that melts in your mouth and not in your hand (unless your name is Giggles, in which case it melts everywhere).
one of two acceptable answers to any question or request; see also “why.”
rock star n.
anyone sporting a bubble-bath mohawk.
rice and beans, eaten collectively.
1. to sniff; coll.: “I spelled the yellow flowers.” 2. to turn over a full cup; coll.: “Uh-oh, you spelled your coffee, Mom.”
the mightiest of taunts, guaranteed to make your sister retort, “I am noooooooooooooot!”
things to play with, especially trains and trucks; coll.: “I think Baby needs some tways, Mom.”
one of two acceptable answers to any question or request; see also “no.”
What’s your little one saying these days? Why is “no” such a powerful word for the toddler set? And are you a rock star??