Today I’d like to dedicate this post to:
the meaning of the world “nana”.
As you know I am a 1 year old toddler, and adults make no effort whatsoever to understand what we toddlers say everyday. So I’d like to share my lexicon with you grown-ups. My one word is “nana” which means different things according to the context.
Example a) Mommy when I point with my pointer finger at your right breast and I say “nana” with saliva drolling out of my mouth: It means I want your milk. It does not mean I have fever or am being grumpy, it just means I want your milk.
Example b) Daddy when you carry me, and I scream “nana” pointing at the cookie jar of Welsh cakes, made by my lovely Grandma, it means I want a Welsh cake. I don’t want to go for a nap. No, I am not tired. Just give me the Welsh cakes made by Grandma, with love, just for me.
c) Why do you give me a healthy banana while you eat a Gluten-free “Moelleux au chocolat” only for adults? If I scream “nana” pointing at your mouth full of chocolate cake. Please just give me a little crumb of chocolate cake.
I hope that today you have learned something valuable.
ps: Note to fellow toddlers, thank you for your support!