My precocious 3 year old has quite the vocabulary. She is so advanced, in fact that she teaches me new words on a regular basis. Here are some of the words she has added to my vocabulary...
"Chicketating"-" When you feed the chickens."
This came on the tails of a conversation explaining the differences between the words INTERESTING and IRRITATING. She had combined them into one word "interrating." After defining these two words for her, she matter-of-factly informed me that there was also the word "Chicketating."
"Turnupenlater"- "The red and white things that close when a train comes and stay up when the train is gone."
Maia has since changed this to "Turnenlater." Apparently, she has the freedom to change the words as she sees fit. This is used on a regular basis as we drive over train tracks quite often.
"Fluffy"- "When someone is changing your diaper and you get all crazy and turn around and be naughty, that's called when you're being 'fluffy.'"
She was observing me struggling to change Malakai's diaper when she was inspired with this word.
"Crack-a-doo-dah"- as in "You're being a crazy crack-a-doo-dah"
There is no rhyme or reason for this one. It just is what it is because that is what Maia says!