1 DD: Mum, I'm only going to call you Mum from now on. I don't want to say Mummy anymore. Me: Ok. (Five minutes later) DD: Mummy, I'm hungry. Mummy, can you play with me? Mummy, I love you.
In Hebrew some feminine words are formed by adding 'a' to the end of the masculine words. E.g. nessikh is prince and nessikha is princess. The adjectives also change so a good prince is a nessikh tov and a good princess is a nessikha tova. DD (seeing a male ballet dancer): There's a dance. Me: You mean a dancer. DD: No! He's not a girl he's a boy! Can't you see he's a boy?