The littlest fierce creature has until recently been somewhat sparse in his verbal observations of the world – it’s not that he isn’t chatty, it’s more probably that for his entire life he has had to put up with two adults and an older brother finishing his sentences for him – with the result that he hasn’t been quite as garrulous as the elder fierce creature. Which makes his collection of english language distortions fun. More than a few of which put smiles on our faces:
“lotted” – meaning plenty or lots;
“behound” – meaning not in front; and
“I not your friend!” – meaning, you blew it dad.