Misheard Words

As the kids vocabulary grows, so does their incidence of misheard words.

A few recent ones:

Exclamation point = “Eskimo nation Point”
Little Caesars = “Little Tweezers”
Refusing to eat Dinner (a violation at our house) = “Confusing to Eat Dinner” (Ethan)
Strife = “Stripes” (Also Ethan, he learned the word Strife from the Book of Mormon, but misused it in context :-))
Carousel = “Uniform” ?? That’s a creative one from Mary of course. She wanted a uniform on her birthday cake, and as you might imagine, it took us a while to figure that one out.

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