Homonym

Tip Toey Joey

hom·o·nym

/ˈhäməˌnim/
Noun
1. Each of two words having the same pronunciation but different meanings, origins, or spelling (e.g., to, too, and two); a homophone.
2. Each of two or more words having the same spelling but different meanings and origins (e.g., pole1 and pole2); a homograph.
Yesterday morning Poppy put her own shoes and socks on and I was providing positive reinforcement and encouragement. I did notice however that the tongue of her shoe was all scrunched up. I said:
“Hey Pops, come here darling and I will fix your tongue”.
Bless her little cotton socks – she walked over to me with her mouth open and her little tongue sticking out. I love the innocence! xx
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