Here are some uses of "bop":
When singing, "Mary had a little bop"
me: Emmy, what do you want for dinner? Answer: "bop"
Me: Emmy, please go put on your shoes! Response: "bop", while rolling eyes.
So we decided to ask Emmy about "bop" tonight.
Chris(or Christopher as she now calls him): "Emmy, what does bop mean"?
Emmy: "it just means bop"!!!
Wow, that one really helps. Now I completely understand the meaning.
Now onto the other funny. The other evening, Chris took the girls on a walk while I was at my company picnic (a whole other story on why I went solo). While out, they saw our neighbor driving his new convertible. She and Chris we're talking about it when I got home. The convo went something like this:
C: Emmy, tell mama what we saw tonight.
E: Mark's open car!
Me: oh wow, that's pretty neat, isn't it?
E:we don't have an open car? Why we not have one?
C: oh, mommy and daddy don't have enough money to buy one
E: you gotta get one! (said so enthusiastically and very convincing)
Since then, we have heard the phrase "you gotta get one" a few more times. I think she is going to be a gadget nerd. My little pride and joy.