While on our China trip, Nalin started saying hello in four different languages. She says "hello, bonjour, neehow, sawadee ka" over and over. She doesn't speak any other French (or Chinese for that matter), but she just really likes saying bonjour.
During breakfast on our last day in China, I was talking to Aleena and Jacob. Jacob was speaking to Aleena and said "I put milk in honey". Not able to resist a play on words, I said, "Jacob that is nice that you called your sister 'honey'". Usually Aleena doesn't pick up on those things, but she just got a big smile on her face and said "oh, the kind of honey you eat and calling someone honey." It was one of those moments that just made me smile.