This may be more interesting to me than to others, but I always find it fascinating how our children's language changes so subtly over time that you don't realize all the cute little ways they used to say things are gone, replaced by more mature language.
So I thought I'd write down here some of the funny little things Marissa says, because some day they will be replaced by the appropriate words and we'll say, "What did Marissa used to call...??"
Pinky: This refers to her "pink blankie," which everyone else calls "pink blankie" but she has shortened to "Pinky." It goes with her EVERYWHERE, it hasn't been washed in two weeks and looks like it.
Sassa: I've said this one before, it's her name for herself. Pronounced "SAH-ssa."
B'ana: Banana. (Not much different from how Lindsey said it.)
Poppy: The potty.
Fah fah: Flowers. Used in a sentence: "Oooo! Pretty fah fah."
So now you know if you come to our house and she runs up to you with her pink blankie in hand saying "Sassa pinky nuggle" you'll know what she wants.