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Temporary Language Tees

Trendtotting: Tees that Speak the Twooth

Ever have a hard time deciphering what your lil one is trying to tell you? After a while, a mother can clarify to others that "waga" translates to "water" and "peas" does not connote the green veggies, but "please." Take one of your tot's most mangled vocabulary words and memorialize it with a Temporary Language tee.

Parents choose an image from a gallery of 100 plus pictures, enter their child's version of the word along with the legitimate translation. For $30, your babe will be a walking talking self–identifying dictionary for those surrounding him. And, you'll have a tangible memento of his "faborit whuurd."

tweet-hotpants tweet-hotpants 9 years
my sister used to say peelano instead of piano. we all thought it was so cute...and felefone (we still tease her about that one)...and of course bisgetti instead of spaghetti...
macgirl macgirl 9 years
I think it's cute. I love when lil ones get words all jumbled. My oldest said hippopotamus funny but I can't remember exactly how it went. Would have loved that tee.
TDSmom TDSmom 9 years
I actually ordered a shirt from here and it turned out super cute! My daughter says "monkme" for "monkey". She loves wearing the shirt and I always get inquiries about it. It is a really fun idea.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
I can't decide if I'm a fan or not...
zabrow zabrow 9 years
this reminds me of alexis on jon & kate plus eight & her "aldergader". cute!
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