Take for instance the three words 'dirty' "daddy' and 'doggie'. "Daddy" which was one of their first words is pronounced 'Da -de' by Jack and 'Da-te' by Drew. Doggie which sometimes gets more play and exciting response is close 'Da-ge'. Now with our sand box/mud pit a new word is 'dirty' which is 'Duh-de' by Jack and 'Duh-te' by Drew.
Context helps but is not always that easy. Like if they are sitting in their eating chairs looking out the window. Are they looking at the sand box/mud pit in the backyard or did they someone walk a dog on the trail behind our fence?
I am very confused. Even more so when they use some 'twin language' word. For the life of me, I can't figure out how they understand each other's gibberish.
I wonder if dirty daddy dogs can?