If Emmy ever comes up to you and says, "hah-shocklat, peas, hah-shocklat!" What she is really asking for is chocolate milk. When you ask her if she wants chocolate milk she will run to the fridge and get it out, so she obviously knows what it is. I just think that it is so funny that she calls it "hot chocolate" so I don't correct her.
Also, she very, very, very rarely will say "yes." Instead she will say "sure." No matter what you ask her, if she wants it, she will say "sure."
Emmy, do you want to go play outside?
Emmy, are you hungry?
Emmy, do you want me to take your picture?
Emmy, do you want some hot chocolate?
The funniest thing about it is the inflection (or lack of it) that she has. She could be super excited about what you are asking her, but by the way she says "sure" it sounds like she could take it or leave it.
Emmy, do you want some candy?
**In a very flat and monotone voice** Sure.
**And then she proceeds to jump up and down like a crazy person.**