For some reason, there are a few words that just don't come out right in my daughter's vocabulary, no matter how many times I've corrected her.
~She still calls the potty a "toilep", for example.
~Occasionally we wake to that mysteriously beautiful damp mist outside, and Gianna never fails to notice, "It's soggy out there!" (foggy)
~At the grocery store, I asked Gianna what kind of jam she would like for her sandwiches this month. Her response? Poisonberry. (boysenberry)
It's funny. She can enunciate properly when I correct her, but the correction doesn't seem to have any lasting impression on her memory!
Have a great weekend, everyone!