She said what?

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - The Buzz -

Chil­dren say the fun­ni­est things, and their mis­pro­nun­ci­a­tions of words are one of the most adorable things about them. Posters on the pop­u­lar UK web­site Mum­snet re­cently pub­lished some of the fun­ni­est things their lit­tle ones say. One mum said her daugh­ter calls blue­ber­ries ‘boo­bies’, which has led to some em­bar­rass­ing en­coun­ters at the su­per­mar­ket. An­other user says her lit­tle girl couldn’t re­mem­ber the word for wrists so calls them ‘hand an­kles’ in­stead. ‘Foi­let paper’ for toi­let paper, ‘fa­jita’ for heater and ‘con­crete spin­ner’ for ce­ment mixer were some of the other mix-ups mums re­ported hear­ing from their kids. Too cute!

“It’s so good, she’s so much fun. There is a new thing ev­ery day you have to worry about, and she’s hell-bent on killing her­self. – CHRISSY TEIGEN, 31, MUM TO LUNA, 10 MONTHS.

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