Greem, Yew-wo and Orangin

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I’ll be so sad when Owen starts to pronounce words the correct way. He used to say “greem” and “yew-wo” but now they are just plain old “green” and “yellow.” He still says “orangin” instead of “orange,” which I love. Another favorite is “chicken” instead of “kitchen.” Conversations go something like this

Mom: Owen, where’s Zach’s Spider Man figure? We need to give it back.
Owen: It’s in the chicken!

That’s awesome. The neighbor kids giggle and say, “he said chicken. haha” and I kindly tell them not to correct him.

Happy Friday folks. Have a good weekend!

I love these lyrics. They remind of living in our Church Hill apartment above Wilhemenia.

But in the meantime we’ve got it hard
Second floor living without a yard
It may be years until the day
My dreams will match up with my pay

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3 responses to “Greem, Yew-wo and Orangin

  1. Is that snow in the picture????? I absolutely love how young children start saying words and say them their own way! It is absolutely priceless. The other day Kalyssa was talking to Tim and told him to We-wax (relax). Very cute! By the way, Owen is adorable 🙂

  2. pam

    hey morgan–have you ever gotten on hillbillyhousewife.com? it is a great frugal/make your own website. check it out and let me know how you like it. if we win the lottery, your mom and i are going to open a thrift-trash to treasure store. we dream about it every thursday at work.
    have a great weekend
    pam

  3. rvamama

    yes! i like that website too. i haven’t been on it for awhile. that would be an awesome store. y’all could make trash look beautiful! our church had a sale today. i got 2 old vintage suite cases for $1. total! CRAZY!! as soon as i find a couple folding tables at goodwill (for the legs) those puppies are going to be bedside tables.
    thanks for checking in pam!

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