"Mama, where'd the bouncy house go?" asks Chago as we drive by the pseudo pumpkin patch recently planted at our little neighborhood nursery.
"Oh, they must let the air out at night, son. I'm sure they'll re-inflate it in the morning," I reply.
"What's rainflate?" they ask in eerie unison.
"To inflate is to blow something up with air -- like a balloon, or a floatie," I explain. "And to re-inflate is to do it again."
They nod their heads together like little penguins.
The next evening as we pass by the nursery again, he confirms, "Oh, yes, Mom, you're right. They've re-outflated it."
[Such smart kiddos. Too bad the English language sucks.]