Cacootin: definition unknown.
Dad: Max, what do you know about correlation?
Max: It does not imply causality.
Of course, his tediously intellectual father taught him that, and as a result, there is now a 4 year old who knows more than you about economics, science and politics.
Bomminitin: A naked baby butt.
Wackin baby: The person who is “it” in a long-term game of tag.
Who is the wackin baby? Mommy is the wackin baby.
Occan-dingdong: In a children’s book, character who is drawn facing the reader.
That’s an Occan-dingdong. The rain babies are like an occan-dingdong. A strommel baby.
Mom: Max, please don’t yell in the house.
Max: Max is using his forte voice!
Max greets his mother in the morning:
Gargole, Gorgon and Soy sauce.
I’m looking at my belly button. Omphaloskepsis!
Dad is one of those obnoxious NPR-listening, wood-toy-buying, balsamic-vinegar-sprinkling, tweed-jacket-wearing parents that teaches his kid absurd words.
Boneman is a 30cm tall plastic skeleton with rubber guts. ( But in our bobo family, we would not say “guts” any more than eat iceberg lettuce. ) Max found boneman, but not his intestines:
Where is the squeaking viscera? I can’t find the squeaking viscera!