A few more language acquisition gems for you:
"Ride a top airplane?"
"Make a flowers!" (while playing in the garden with a trowel)
If he hands something to Gabe and says “thank you Daddy” that means Daddy is supposed to say “thank you”.
Then there are the strange grammatical theories that he's developing:
"Hold the Mommy Thomas." = "Mommy is holding Thomas."
"Hold the Daddy." = "Daddy, hold me."
"Take a daddy hand away." = "Daddy, take your hand away."
"Hold Mommy that?" = Hold that, Mommy.
These are becoming less and less frequent, though, and I'm finding myself sort of missing them, even as I enjoy his new skills. He's growing up so fast, and as cliche as it sounds, I do find it bittersweet.