You find yourself using new words when you talk to young children, for example: smorgeous (to rhyme with gorgeous), sleepytime (sung high-high-low) and chickwhacking (only to be used when referring to a toy chicken strung from the handle of a certain person’s infant carrier).
Lily is conversant in Russian babble I discovered this week, as well as English. Intriguing.
A certain person is summoning me for a feed, before more sleepytime. Well, I can’t refuse; she is smorgeous.