Listening to Bea sometimes requires a babel fish. She has her own style of mangling pronouncing words, which cracks me up on a regular basis. I loved this stage with Liv, too.
Chicken = kitchen. ("Bea no sit on chicken coun'ner.")
OH-lurree = Olivia
Granna Jim = Grandma Jan, or, uh, the gym ("mom, I go kid's room at Granna Jim.")
juke = juice ("Bea's juke!")
Mainey = Maisy ("Watch Mainey. Take nap, 'den watch Mainey.")
foam = phone ("foam, foam ring, annal [animal] in truhluh [trouble]" courtesy of Wonder Pets)
lellah = letter
ah-wanAH = around ("Up, ah-wanUH, ah-wanUH, make lellah B!")
Grahlah grahlah = gobble gobble
scruhlah = scrub ("Watch me scrulah scruhlah scruhlah with soap!")
rillet rillet = ribbit ribbit ("Itchy Frog, rillet rillet.")
sell-ah = seven ("One, two, free, fowah, five, sis, sell-ah day a week.")
killy cat = kitty cat
twinken = twinkle ("twinken twinken LIL STAHHHH")
I also enjoy the fact that she says "school" just like Megamind ("Bea go shuuuuul, play friend, no play ahPAR"). Less enjoyable: the fact that she and "ahPAR" have to be separated because they make bad choices when they hang out together. I need to figure out a way to glue her listening ears to her head.