Tuesday, June 16, 2009


Maddie just handed me three folded hand towels and said, "Mom, I want you to make a tenatownamen out of these."
I look at her and say, "Sorry, honey, but I don't know what that means."

She says,"You just have to tylooloolia then it's done."

I stare at her blankly, and she says, "Go ahead.  Make the benashondas."

She slows down (obviously so I can understand) and says, "Maybe we should do this outside today.  In the stickdiny."  


Snarr mama said...

Wow, I'm stumped!......Okay, I guess I should tell you that was our secret language we learned in preschool. ;)

Greg Kopp said...

HAHAHAHA... so what did you end up making her???

the old guy said...

Maybe you should contact Matt Swaufield - as a kid wasn't he always saying loolie-soo?

mom said...

Maybe she has "word soup" like Alan Shore on Boston Legal. The brain just starts making up strange words and shooting them out the mouth even though the person saying them knows exactly what they mean. Usually brought on by stress. Maybe from all those aimless shopping trips to Costco or the brand of toilet paper you use.