This morning he said,
"Mummy, you put on shoes blong mi."
"In English, we say, my shoes. Put on my shoes, Mummy."
"Not English, Mummy. In-da-lish*!"
Well, now I know. That's the language he speaks.
* This reflects the tendency in the pijin language to insert vowels between the consonants in English language blends. For instance, ants becomes anis, box becomes bokis and chance becomes janis.