Today, on the way home, I was letting her look at the animals app on my phone. She likes that one because, if you double-click the animals, they play the sound associated with the animal. She has recently become fascinated with the woodpecker, but she still pronounces a lot of her P's as H's. This mostly happens at the beginning of the word, but sometimes, as in this case, it comes in the middle of the word. So they end up being "woodheckers".
As if conceived by a burned-out sitcom writer, this was the dialogue on the way home today:
WinnieWoodpecker: Ooooh! Look, mama, look! A woodhecker!
Mr. Awesomeness: Wood*p*ecker. P-p-p-pecker.WW: Woodhecker!
Mr. A: Can you say *p*ecker? Woooooood*p*ecker...
WW: No, dada! Ssshhhhh.....
Mr. A: Just try it, say *p*ecker. P-p-p-pecker.Awesomeness: (after laughing like Butthead the whole time..."He said 'pecker.'") Baby, tell your dada to stop trying to make you say pecker.
I think we're just going to have to settle for woodhecker.