I’ve been meaning to jot this down for a long time. Several months ago, I was sitting at the table with Lennie while she ate a late dinner, and she busted out with “So tasty” as she was eating something. By that time, she had been saying something we recognized as “delicious,” but the “so tasty” was new. Now, when she proclaims something “so delicious,” she makes a compound word of it and says something like “sowicious.” She’s also learned to ask for snacks, but she can’t quite manage the first consonant cluster, so it comes out “schwahnk.” The other night, not 10 minutes after declining to eat her dinner, she asked me for a schwahnk. It’s pretty cute.