Don’t you just love when kids get words mixed-up?
Yesterday my daughter told me she wanted a “catamaranger.”
“A catamaranger?” I asked.
“Yes, like what you put money in when you go shopping,” she said.
“Oh, a wallet?”
“A change purse?”
“No, a catamaranger. Like at the grocery store when you buy food…”
“A credit card?” I tried again, trying to figure out what she was trying to say; after all, I do use the credit card at the grocery store.
“No, Mommy, like at the store.”
“A cash register?”
“Yes!” she said, excitedly. (Finally, Mommy had it right.)
What words have your kids mixed up?