Another Tuesday, another Wot So Funee. This week it’s over on Actually Mummy, so do pop over there and what’s been making them giggle this week.
We’ve had yet another LEGO filled week, thanks to a rather wet half term, luckily Z and S finally found a way to work together by about Wednesday making life a little less stressful than the first couple of days.
One of the things I miss about not having very small children anymore is the funny words they used to make up. We were reminiscing about how when S was born Z called her ‘Peas’ for months, a nickname which luckily for her didn’t stick.
H did make me giggle though when she said,
“Mummy, I NEED a Two-d”
Me “Pardon, you need tude? Attitude?”
H “NO, I need a TWO-D”
Eventually we worked out that what she actually needed was a LEGO brick with two nobbles ( is that the right word? )
I love when as parents we try are hardest to understand our kids thinking they arent saying it correctly or being funny when in fact its just not clicked for us we do this a lot with buba! too funny! #wotsofunee
If you don’t know the word for something – just make it up. I love how kids can make up their own words for things and then get cross with us for not knowing what they mean (well mine used to anyway!).
hehe that’s so cute! 🙂 #wotsofunee
Donna @ Little Lilypad Co
I began reading thinking it was something to do with One Direction or 1D ….. I am clearly not down with the Lego lingo 🙂
Very cute x
that is so cute – i love it when they make things like this up. So would love to join in with Wot so funnee again as it is one of my fave linkies but have been rushed off my feet.
Ruth's all sorts
ooh that’s interesting 🙂 we call it a two-er. Don’t know where that came from!
Ha! I’ve never yet managed to figure out what to call those blobs! Blobs? We call them twoers, but it then gets complicated. We need a flat twoer, or a flat long fourer! LEGO really ought to enlighten us – I wonder what they call them at head office!
We call them nobbles too. They’re so funny, but it is truly annoying when you’re trying to understand what they’re saying. Probably just as annoying for them too.