We may be too young to catch a wave, but we’re not too young to create our own Baby Bum vocab based on our parents’ old school surf lingo. And, since we love to share, we thought we’d share ’em with you.

Barney: Poop ("I think she has to barney.")

 

Beater: A toy that is all chewed up.

 

Blown Out: When you poop out the sides of your diaper 

 

Boogie Board: When you eat your own boogers because there's nothing else to do

Church: Watching the sunset (“Did you go to church tonight?”)

 

Clean Up Set: Wet Wipes

 

Close Out: When you poop, pee and vomit at the same time. Also known as “The Triple Crown.”

Ding: The soft “dented” spot on the top of your head. Don’t worry, it’ll fill in as you get older

 

Doggers: Baby shoes

 

Doosh: Your Dad if your Mom is always tired and crying

 

Dry Bag: Diaper

 

Duck Dive: Hiding in the bubbles of the bathtub so you don’t have to get out

Flip Flop: Getting passed between relatives 

 

Floater: Every poop you take until you’re older

 

Foamie: A bubble bath (“You wanna take a foamie tonight?”)

Goofy Foot: Your one foot that won’t straighten out that your parents are worried about, but shouldn’t be

 

Green Room: The color of your room because your parents didn’t want to find out if you were a boy or a girl. Also, the inside of your diaper a few weeks after you’re born

 

Grom: Baby/Child/Kid (“There were a lot of “groms” at the beach today.”)

Hang Eleven: (Boys Only) Same as above, only naked

 

Hanging Loose: Swimming in the ocean or public pool without a swim diaper

 

Hipster: A baby with adult hair

 

HoDad: A Single Dad who uses you to flirt with chicks

 

Hot Dogging: Showing off at Grandma's 

 

Hurley: Vomiting (“Tommy was a little Hurley today.”)

Kook: A baby that drives a Mercedes electric toy car

Pipe: Pacifier

 

Pitted: Pregnant

 

Priority: You’ve got it every day, 24/7 Boarding planes, in restaurants and over your older siblings and Father

Sauce: Sunscreen (“Did you bring the sauce?”)

 

Shack: Crib

 

Shredding: Crying 

 

Stoked: What your parents are when you sleep through the night

 

Soup: Diarrhea

 

Swag: Stuff you get at Grandma’s house that your parents won’t give you, like, candy, Doritos, Diet Coke, dirty money and things you could swallow

 

Swell: Filling a diaper with a lot of pee

Turtle Roll: Rolling over onto your back

Wet Box: Shower

 

Wetsuit: Swim diaper

 

Wipeout: An empty box of Wet Wipes

 

Woodies: If you’re a boy you’ll get these for a number of years for absolutely no reason. If you’re a girl, thank God you don’t have one

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