Bun: A Dictionary, Part IIDecember 3, 2012 at 7:24 pm | Posted in Bun | 12 Comments
Tags: Children, Language, Milestones, Motherhood, Parenting, Speech, Talking, Toddlers, Words
the appropriate expression to use after someone gives you what you’ve nicely asked for.
the horizontal surface where dinner is served and eaten (or thrown on the floor).
Bun’s pronunciation of Giggles (well, his real name), as in “Mimi [see below] want Bita’s poot nacks [see below]!”
what you get if you eat a good dinner.
kissmas bree n.
pre-lit, green, cone-shaped things displayed in every store in America beginning October 1.
Bun’s name for himself, as in “No! Mimi do!” or “Dat Mimi’s truuuuuuuuuuck!”
milk, best served chilled, with chocolate syrup mixed in.
orny goose n.
Bun’s pronunciation of Lollipop (well, her real name). Cracks. Me. Up.
poot nacks n. pl.
fruit snacks, which I never, ever, ever give my children … snort.
What’s your little one saying these days? Do you drink orny goose or nook for breakfast? And do you have your kissmas bree decorated yet??