Language acquisition is hard on a toddler. Fleur knows what she wants. It is a matter of getting me, the parent, to understand.
And dealing with the frustration when I fail to get it. In true toddler fashion there are moments where there is pulling at me while vocalizing displeasure because I am not doing the right thing or not the thing in the right way.
Then maybe I figure it out and we are both happy.
Or maybe she improves the pronunciation / enunciation or pick an easier term to pronounce. And we are both happy.
My personal favorite is when Fleur improves the pronunciation or enunciation. It shows problem solving through experimentation. Okay, far too often I feign ignorance just to see if she will try. I want her to work through how to manipulate me through communication. After all, persuasion is why we have the big brains we do. And language acquisition is how we persuade.