Josh Byers


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Over the last 2 years I have become bi-lingual. I speak fluent English and passable "Toddler." The tricky thing is that "Toddler" is not a standardized language and there are many dialects. In fact its probably safe to say that just about every kid from the age of 0-4 has their own personal dialect (some adults too...). When this all starts its about as hard to learn and understand as Elvish in Tolkien novel - but with time and a good amount of paying attention you start to figure it out.

With this comes a challenge: Can you match the toddler speak to the song titles below that Mia requests over and over?

  1. Bom Bom Ding
  2. Do bop a do bop
  3. Hammerhamham


  • U Can't Touch This
  • I Can See Clearly Now
  • Orinoco Flow

Good Luck.