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Toddler Words Dictionary: A Guide To Kid Language That Parents Will Miss The Most

03/21/2013 12:35 pm ET | Updated Mar 21, 2013

As your kids grow out of toddlerhood, they learn that their favorite color is "yellow," not "lello," and that a trip to the zoo is to see the "animals," not the "amnials." While language development is undoubtedly important, seeing those adorable malapropism's disappear from their vocabulary can feel like the end of an era.

No one understands this better than blogger John Kinnear who wrote a post last week called "The 10 Toddler Words That I'll Miss Most," about the phrases his 2-year-old daughter uses to communicate, that only he and and his wife really understand.

We asked you to share your favorite toddler words with us and received an amazing response, so we've put together a dictionary of your hilarious and heartwarming memories. We'd love to hear more, so keep them coming! Tweet @HuffPostParents with your favorite #ToddlerWords.

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