Living with a toddler requires a lot of investigation and translation. My son's favorite animals are "nien-no"s and "a-guhngh guhng guhng"s. A "nien-no" is easy enough to figure out...he means rhino. But without the picture above, you would probably never guess that an "a-guhngh guhng guhng" is a penguin. How did "penguin" become "a-guhngh guhng guhng"? My wife figured it out. A penguin waddles so we say "waddle, waddle, waddle" when we see one at the zoo or in a picture. So he is really trying to say "waddle, waddle, waddle" which is what he thinks a penguin is called. He also rocks his head from side to side when he says it, looking very geeky and adorable.