"Bammage" or "Bammaid" - Bandaid
"Scratch-you" - kitty scratch - as in "Did the kitty scratch you?" He'll get scratched, then come to show me. He'll point at it and say "Scratch-you."
*Lots of "scratch-yous" have been covered by "bammages" these days.*
"Mee-mo" - Nemo
Pirate Baby likes to pretend to cook. He'll get pans and lids and utensils out and start "cooking" on the floor in the kitchen. I always ask him what he's making. Usually, it's the kinds of things I make. But one night, he said he was making cream sauce. I asked him what the cream sauce was for, and he said "doggy-saur." So apparently that night, my son made dinosaur with cream sauce. Sounds tasty!
One of his favorite books is this one:
Or rather, "Gah-Go-Gah-Go," as it is more commonly known at our house.
Pirate Baby and I have different things we do for most of the pages in the book, but these pages in particular are fun for his interesting words.
"Boom-Boom" - gun - after playing with all the Nerf guns at his cousins' house, he's developed this new term.
"Water Botter" - water bottle
"Teeny-Tiny?" - a request for a bite of whatever you're eating - a teeny-tiny bite!
"I can't want it" - I don't want it.
"Snoo Snacks" - fruit snacks
"What's that sound like?" - What's that sound?