Well, well, well, aren’t these kiddos adorable?
If you thought kids were cute and funny before, wait until you get a load of these children who are obviously all geniuses and are on their way to Ivy League schools in the not-too-distant future.
Because they’ve all invented new words and terms for things that we’ve obviously been wrong about all these years.
Let’s take a look and see what these geniuses came up with.
1. I like it!
And it’s now part of my vocabulary.
This morning my three-year-old called a doughnut a cake bagel so that’s what they’re called from now on.
— Swishergirl (@Swishergirl24) February 9, 2020
2. To be honest…
I think we’ll go with this from now on…
My son calls a dog’s snout its beak and I think we all should too tbh
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) March 2, 2018
3. Well, there you go.
It does have a nice ring to it.
Years ago a friend’s daughter, can’t remember how young, reduced blueberries to “boo-bies”… 😇
— Sylvia Luters 🇨🇦🇩🇪 (@Blame_Canada_) May 25, 2020
4. I’ll take the chicken ladders.
I’m a fan. What can I say?
We had enchiladas for dinner
Or as my 6 year old calls them, chickenladders 🤷🏻♂️
— ThreeTimeDaddy (@threetimedaddy) April 30, 2020
5. Time for the bonus round.
Let’s get it done!
My son calls dessert his “bonus round” and I think we should all follow his lead.
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) November 30, 2017
6. They are, indeed.
He was right!
My then-four-year-old once saw a deer & called it a moose. When we corrected him, he insisted. When we corrected him again, he glowered & grumbled “tiny moose” under his breath. Several months later, watching a nature show, we learned that deer are, indeed, tiny moose.
— MmeDF (@MmeDefargeKnits) May 30, 2018
7. What’s going on in there.
Maybe she knows something that we don’t.
My daughter just called a cemetery a person garden. I’m not even sure what she thinks is happening there.
— Broken Puppet 🏡☕ (@java_assassin) June 18, 2020
8. This is great.
Let’s all use it from now on!
When our son was little, he called a harmonica a “cowboy trumpet”.
— Suzanne Blakeman (@SuzanneBlakeman) May 30, 2018
9. That’s where we die.
Don’t go in there!
We didn’t realize until my son was about 6 years old that he thought the room adjacent to the living room was called the dying room. Ooops.
— Paula Kampf (@paulakampf) May 30, 2018
10. He’s a genius.
My son calls pudding “chocolate jello” and I’m not sure if he’s an idiot or a genius.
— The Dad (@thedad) January 8, 2016
11. This is epic.
I feel it deep in my soul.
My daughter calls corn on the cob holders “corn chargers” and I think we should just let 2 year olds name everything from now on.
— Lurkin’ Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) May 27, 2018
12. Close enough.
Why not, right?
FYI – when my son was 2 he saw a Christmas wreath and called it a Christmas bagel.
— Evan (@evandthayer) February 9, 2020
Okay, now it’s your turn, friends!
In the comments, tell us about funny and bizarre words that your own kids come up with.
We know they do it, so don’t hold out on us! Thanks!