I came across a partial unpublished blog entry from summer 2008 - they boys, who were asking questions, would've just turned 4. Enjoy.
Sam: What happened to the dinosaurs?
Jack: "They estinked."
The term “what if…” is used a lot these days. But it sounds more like a single syllable word that might be spelled “whaaa-fff." For example, here’s a random question one of the boys asked this week – followed below by how the sentenced sounded, phonetically:
What he meant: “Mom, what if a person was in a waffle cooker?
What he said: “Mom, mom. MOM, Mo - whaaiff, um... Whaa- (pause) um. Whaaaiff a person uz ina waaaflll cookr?”
A waffle cooker?