Ellie can't say the initial "R" sound. She's only five, so we're not really that worried about it yet, and I suppose it's not truly a speech impediment at this point (and I hope it's clear that I'm in no way making fun of people with speech impediments. Just my own child.)
The best part about this is that she has absolutely no idea that she's saying words wrong. She thinks she rules the world, so therefore however she says something must be the right way to say it.
Tonight Chris was singing along with the song that was playing while Vicki was cleaning the playroom. It was that "A is for apple, B is for bug" song. However, he kept making up new words for each letter. Rather than yell at him for messing with things, Ellie said, "Dad, don't forget 'Y is for why-no!'"
My days are going to be really dull when she starts kindergarten in the fall.