My little sponge.
We've been watching our language around here, because it doesn't take long to realise how attentive and non-selective a two-and-a-quarter-year-old can be. Having said that, I was pretty impressed when Mitch refered to Karl Stefanovic as 'a nob' a few weeks ago. Here are a few poetic examples of what our chewable little bloke has sucked up from books, telly, music and twenty million pieces of junk mail (known as 'Mitchell's letters'):
Helmet like on a bicycle with Daddy and Mitchy don't hurt your head no
Like Roary the racing car neeeeeeeeyowm
Like Thomas woo-woo
Bank statements, bills, the ferry timetable etc.
A well-mannered suffix delivered in haste and designed to deliver a much-wanted item from either parent; for example, "Nuther chippy-bikkie plis-mahi"
The first three letters of the alphabet.
A question about the initial letter of words, for example, "Big A, Little A, Watch-a-binsie A?"