This is just a brief collection of things Zoe says that are sort of like the real thing but not quite.
“Walloh” – water (as in, “Wash hands in walloh?” or “Walloh evevyvere!” as a description of the “walloh park”)
“Piece of fire” – pacifier
“banana” – booger. I don’t know where she got this from but I guess it explains her aversion to bananas.
“pocket” – female genitals. I don’t know where she got this. We taught her the anatomically correct term as all the progressive parenting guides told us to. But it’s a pretty good one.
“Quinn crying,” “tiny baby” – the “Bohemian Rhapsody” segment of the last episode of Glee, in which scenes of the rival glee club performing “Bohemian Rhapsody” are intercut with scenes of Quinn giving birth. She requests this more often than she requested “Single Ladies.”
I didn’t include a really cute thing she does, where she initiates some face-holding and snuggling and says, very soft and sweet, “So much,” which is shorthand for “I love you so much” and “so happy.”
Best. Baby. Ever.