86 thoughts on “40 Funny Toddler Mispronunciations (Giveaway!)

  1. Emily Blankenship

    Kaka milk (chocolate milk) and snowflakes (Frosted Flakes) are just two of my favorite mispronounced words from my two year old daughter.

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  2. Brandi Strunk

    My son says Dark Vader, magdazine, Red Lobsper, and he loves his grills! (Girls – his big sisters.) My daughter also loves “Hubert” from Mary Poppins! (Oh it’s a jolly holiday with YOU BERT!)

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  3. Anastacia Rehak

    My son says bubbies for bubbles; for milk he says milch or mach; he’ll say mas for yes ma’am; & yee haw for Starla from Blaze & the monster machines.

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  4. Tiffany Schmidt

    My oldest used to say showshoe for shower and for years couldn’t say her brothers middle name (Joseph) and pronounced it Jophus!

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  5. Valerie

    My son, age 2 looked at me and said “Happy Mudder Day” It was Christmas, but, I thanked him sweetly 🙂

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  6. David Buckholtz

    Our first son called the dogs “gogas.” We now have a 7 month old (actually named Frankie) so waiting to see what his will be.

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  7. Janice

    Hangubers=hamburgers. dayo = Diego and now he thinks that song Dayo by harry belafonte is about Diego and he wants to come home, lol.

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  8. Abigail Cannon

    My daughter used to ask if we could go to the movie “feeter.” And her favorite foods were scabetty (spaghetti) and “girled” cheese sandwich.

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  9. Silvia Reid

    My daughters newest word is lesterday that’s the last time she did anything and when everything happened.

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  10. MommaJ

    “I want to be a women when I grow up, so I can go women in the big women pool!” (Swimming in the big swimming pool)!

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  11. Tia Wallner

    A friend of mine’s child would mispronounce the word ‘crying.’ Instead she would say “The baby’s dying!”

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  12. April

    My son actually pronounces fox really funny. It sounds like a really bad word that I won’t mention. He got a little Christmas fox and was saying this word over and over. I freaked out wondering where he learned it until I realized he was trying to say fox!

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  13. Zoe Hunter Lee

    My daughter used to say e-ho for yogurt and it took us forever to figure it out. She’d point and say it over and over.

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  14. Tara Peterson

    My son’s name is Samuel and we call him Sam. His brother is Oliver and we call him Ollie a lot for nickname. For a long time Sam said H instead of S’s so he would call him self “Ham” lol!! He’d say mommy, daddy, Owwie (Ollie) and he’d point to himself and say “and Ham!”

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  15. Jay

    Rihanna song “what’s my name” : ooh nana what’s my name ooohnana what’s my name,: my son replies why is her name ooh nana.

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