Listen to children. You'll get a lot of good writing material!
Recently, my daughter, Page, was telling me about the time she bought her youngest daughter, Aspen, (who was three at the time) a Winnie the Pooh stuffed animal. Page put the doll on Aspen's bed with excited anticipation. She couldn't wait to see Aspen's face. When Aspen saw it, she turned to her Mom and said, “Who is that?” Page answered, “It’s Winnie the Pooh." A puzzled expression came over Aspen's face and then she grimaced, “Gross, his name is ‘Poop?’ I can't play with a stuffed animal named 'Poop.'”