(translation - "Yes please")
"I want moot"
(pronounced as in "moot point". Translation - "I want milk")
(translation - "Cheerios", a regular breakfast request)
(translation - "I'm scared")
(translation - "I'm eating", a lie usually only said when she is in fact NOT eating and I've told her I'm going to take her untouched food away)
"I wuff oo!"
(translation - "I love you")
(translation - "Oooo, thunder!"
"My sheep, my sheep!"
(translation - "My dummy, my dummy!", which has a sheep on it)
(translation - what she asks you to do while pointing to a body part that she's just hurt, to make it all better of course!)
(translation - "Dora", but the "r" is pronounced as a "w" which makes it sound like she's from New Jersey or something? Sorry Americans if I'm wrong about the regional dialect there!)
"I want that"
(translation - self explanatory. Used frequently)
"Shake the boobies!"
(translation - something she says while doing a bit of a shake. Suspect she learnt this at childcare, bit concerned about what they are teaching the kids!)
"I watch something?"
(translation - "I want to watch TV")
(translation - "A wrestle?", meaning she wants to hop on to our bed for a "wrestle" and possibly hopping under the doona to pretend it's a cave)
"I need a 'rella! My hair!"
(translation - "I need an umbrella! My hair!", what she said to me the other day in disgust when I walked her the 10 metres from the carpark to the entrance of the mall in the rain without an umbrella)
(translation - "Whatever", something bad that she learnt to say from her Mum. Tends to say it without pronouncing the "t", which makes her sound a bit like a Pom)
You don't want to forget those funny things they say at this age!