Tasha: Mom, I can say 3 words now...
Me: Oh yeah, what are they?
Tasha: "Dessert, bathroom, and, how do you say 'famlee home veevning'"
(I miss the old ways she said, 'wizert' and 'bwathroom'. Obviously she doesn't have FHE down yet.)
(She's trying to say that she's bored. I find this one hilarious! She doesn't. I start laughing and she's bored. You can imagine how well that goes over.)
Tasha(ism): That's what I was meaning.
(This is what she says if you correct her or try to clarify something she said. She says it in a very exasperated tone, ususally with dramatic hand gestures.)
Tasha: "Bunny, chicken, fish?"
(That was right after this conversation...)
Tasha: Mom, I want something to eat in here.
Mom: OK, as long as you can get it. (I'm lazy, what can I say?)
Tasha: I don't know what to have.
Mom: You can have some fish crackers. Wait, I mean chicken ones.
Tasha: (she's confused) Bunny?
Mom: Yeah, bunny. Bunny, chicken, fish. Whatever it takes.
(Then she questioned me)
Tasha: Bunny, chicken, fish?
(That's when we both started laughing and she kept repeating it the rest of the day.)