When the kids were younger, my daughter used to say “Whack-um” instead of “You’re welcome”. She is missing both of her top front teeth, so there are a number of mispronounced words but even with her front teeth, she still says “fank-you” instead of “thank you”. Now that she’s done Grade 1 in French Immersion, she surprises me with her understanding of the language and especially that when she sings to herself, it’s often in french. Total mamma pride!
My son says “straws-berry” instead of “strawberry”; and “maaa-mee” instead of “mommy” – it’s sssooooo cute! Honestly, because he’s just started talking on a reliable basis, I LOVE listening to anything he says!