"That's right, she does!"
"It's a small lion. A baby lion!"
"It is, good job!"
"The lion is at school. But the mommy..." Sara lowers her voice almost to a whisper "The mommy lion is a ho."
"A ho! The mommy is a ho."
My internal dialogue: who taught her this word? I am not responsible for this.
I stared at the ground to avoid making Sara feel bad until I realized...she was saying at home. The mommy lion is at home.
Moral of the story: enunciation is important, folks.