- The other day I went my friend ‘s place , my friends son who was 2 years old came with a chocolate near me and was trying to say something in a low tone.
He said “aunty can u ope thes”
I was blank for a second, as i dint understand a bit ,
but later when I asked him I understood.
He was asking me ” aunty can you open this” .
It was so nice to see him speaking in th English 😄☺️
- If I try to take away anything from my daughter
She says ” Don’t touchi e thise ich “.
In her own English she was saying ” don’t touch this “. 😉
- Few weeks back we went to library , she was as usual during some art sitting at a table. There was one girl almost of her age too sitting there doing her coloring. My daughter picked up one color and started asking her.
“Wat colur thes ?”
She asked again ” Wat colur thess “
The cute one who was sitting besides her did not understand anything ,and was just looking at my daughter and the crayon.
My daughter started replying in her native language
“Nenu Niku okati aduguthunna , wat colur thess”( translation in English :- “I am asking you something , what color is this .”?)
Looking at the whole scene we were just controlling our laughter . It was such a cute as well as a funny conversation between two innocent kids.
During the toddler years the kids try to adapt to new languages which are spoken more often at home . They try to imitate and pick up words here n there and use them in their daily life. Now my kid and her age friends are going through this phase as their are trying to speak in English .
They all look so cute talking broken English with others ,which cannot be understood as they are not able to pronounce it correctly. Only moms understand what their kids are trying to say and interpret it. This is one of the best phases of motherhood where we can see the kids growing at the same time enjoy their cute innocent talks.