My youngest cousin (2 years) is named Levi, and for the longest time, if he saw another young child about his age, he would shout, "Wee-Bi!" (Levi
) He also calls his sister La-La (her name is Lily). If he dosen't know/remember someone's name, he calls them, "Beh-beh." (Baby?)
At dinner, Lily (4 years old) almost always orders "Chicken, fries, and ketch." (Yeah, she is an omni...) She always orders the "ketch" (ketchup) with her meal.
Play-Doh is play-toh. Sometimes she asks me if we can play "Play-toh" and I tell her that we can't because Plato died a long long time ago. She looks at me kind of funny, then I tell her nevermind, we'll play playtoh now.
Lily used to call our grandparents dog "Noosh." His name is Snoopy, and I don't know how you get Noosh out of that, but it's a cute nickname.
For Lily, 'yellow' is 'low,' and 'boy' is 'boy-yoy.' Ok, it is hard to type that how she says it, but she stretches it into two syllables.
I have quite a colony of pet rats (3 cages, for a total of 8 rats) and Levi LOVES to go into my room to see them. However, he has to ask permission and get me to open the door to my room. He very often asks me, "Rabbits? See rabbits? Go see rabbits? Rabbits?" For awhile, Lily thought they were chipmunks, but now she knows they are rats, though she switches between calling them rabbits and rats. At first I didn't say what they were, because I know how impressionable children are, and Lily is kind of skittish, so I wanted her to fall in love with them first before I said they were rats. If I had told her they were rats, she probably would have been afraid and wouldn't have gone near them. However, she likes them now and hopefully she will grow up knowing rats aren't scary, evil creatures.
Sadly, she is still terrified of my labrador
(yet she is fine with my chow).
I will probably think of more later.