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Baker_Bride:Night night as in time to go night night.
lady_tytah:Nene's Nanas calls her Boo Boo and I hate it. When she was little she thought she was talking about poop.
LiliDragon:I hate the word "toot." It makes my skin crawl. Always has.
mindymaske:I hate any word for bottle other than bottle and anything other than paci or pacifier like sucky, nono, husher, plug, binky
Potty. As in I have to go potty. Yuck.
Although, now that I have a little one potty training, well we use it a lot.
meredithcole:I don't like baba or my mom's term "bot" for bottle.
Nothing really bothers me in this department, except when DH purposely says stuff like "a-sposed" instead of "supposed" when he says "you're not a-sposed to do that." That bugs me.
But IMO, we only have babies/toddlers for 3 years, then they get all big on us. I don't see the big deal with using cutesy words while they are small.
nobadwriting:I don't mind shortened versions of words like paci for pacifier. I do hate completely made up words, like DH's parents call the pacifier a nuni. . . Or noony? I don't even know how you would spell that. I have a friend who calls it a soosoo. Susu? Ugh I just hate it.
It just sound ridiculous
RNbock2:Potty. As in I have to go potty. Yuck. Although, now that I have a little one potty training, well we use it a lot.
me too. I especially dislike it when adults say it to other adults, or when the adults have older kids that wouldn't be toilet training.
awww I use this one! Max farts like an adult male and I call him " king toot" and sing this song to him:
I just don't like baby talking in general. Like "wook at hims witto foots". Ahhhh the grammar and sound errors that are being modeled...