I am surely going to regret the fact that I have not properly document the various words and phrases Henry has used over the past year or so, but here are a few that come to mind with explanations in parenthesis:

I am a little bit thirsty

Henry often uses the phrase little or little bit.

Can we buy this shovel for kids

Henry often refers to the small version of something as being for kids.

Don’t worry…

Henry often counters any expression of concern with the phrase don’t worry as if our primary concerns is for his safety.


Often pronounced pecause and used in all manner of conversation.

Oh, can you buy me that?

He seems to want everything at the moment, though he also understands that he is not going to get everything and is quick to back down.

If something’s not work, you better try something different.

As far as I can tell, this phrase comes from the movie Cars 3.


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