He has a whole selection of phrases to express anger or that he’s not happy with a situation;
‘Help, HELP ME’, which can be disconcerting when you’re in the shops,On Sunday at a friends house he wanted to play outside and he called me out with him while saying in a very chirpy manner ‘Come on, lets go’ – which I later recognised from the excellent American learn to read site, Starfall.
‘Mercy, MERCY!’- from Disney’s Robin Hood (when the chicken pretends to die),
‘FIONA, FIONA!’ or ‘I’m an ogre, GRRRR!’ – from Shrek 2,
‘Gordon was grumpy, the passengers were grumpy’ – from, well, guess what?
He is skilled at letting people know what he wants and his most used phrase is ‘I want …’. Only a few weeks ago he has started to say ‘I want MY Mummy’.
When he’s asking me for something and I’m not acting on the command promptly enough he says ‘wake up Mummy’.
Anyway, I must go as the little prince is asking me to draw Zeebad (from the Magic Roundabout film, oh god, don’t ask!).