Eric Ruhalter is the brains behind The KidDictionary. A hilarious website that’s a collection of words created to describe kids, parenting and the craziness of family life. The KidDictionary is also about to be a book and will hit shelves in two weeks.
Eric, a husband and father of three, has long described himself as a ““Lexiconnoisseur” which he told me means “lover of words”. Then he said:
“Actually “Lexiconnoisseur ” doesn’t mean “a lover of words.” In fact, it doesn’t mean anything. But it should. Which is exactly the point of this book, The KidDictionary. People who have children in their lives to any degree have a profound need for many words that are not currently found in the dictionary.”
These words are funny, clever and so flipping perfect that I can’t wait to buy his book. Don’t believe me? Look at these:
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