Savanahisms

After typing out the last blog, I thought that I had better make a record of all the names she used to call things. Because I think that Soveway was the last in the line to become extinct. I know I really should put this sort of stuff in her baby book….but it is also on my list of things to do when I have the free time. My goal used to be to get the  baby book done before she started kindergarten. Then that was shot right out of the water. So now I am setting another date yet to be announced (sounds exciting that way).  But I feel there is hope being as this blog was on my someday to-do list……I am making progress anyway. 🙂

So here they are and I could very well possibly add to the list when they pop into my addled brain.

Sotion=lotion

hoppateller=hellacopter

rumpled-up=general term to describe anything not smooth; crinkled/wrinkly

rumpled-up chicken noodle soup=top ramen

nevery mind=never mind

bury ’em up

frigerfreightor= refrigerator

blue darling= leave-in conditioner

Soveway=subway

red lemon=watermelon

orange lemon=catalope

t’zert=dessert

ear pluggers= head phones, ear buds

scribble-scrabble=scribbling

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4 Comments

  1. beth said,

    March 1, 2010 at 12:45 PM

    Bury em’ up should be added to the list!

  2. kr said,

    March 1, 2010 at 5:45 PM

    Cute words, cute kid, cute mom.
    Set the date for the baby book for her 1st day of college. Or her wedding day. Don’t push yourself!

  3. Aunt Heather said,

    March 1, 2010 at 10:58 PM

    Don’t forget how she renamed one of the cats. Morgana is now “Baca” and actually responds to the name! When she can hear, that is.

  4. Claudia said,

    April 6, 2010 at 9:46 AM

    My kids only had in there baby books the 1st 3 days they where home. I then swore I would do Grandma books because I knew mom’s didn’t have time, they to are empty on the book shelf and I guess I save them to show how unreliable I am, why else would I feel the need to hang on to them??


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