up·stressed (ob-strěssed') adjective - afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief compounded with suffering severe strain or distress. "Mommy are you upstressed?"
[Origin: Alex on seeing his mother after the second day of taking care of two sick kids and her stomach flue ridden husband]
Unga·bunga (uhnga-bun-ga) interjection - (a yell of exhilaration, used by Alex before jumping on a sleeping parent.)
[Origin: From the Sesame Street Cookie Monster exclamation "cowabunga"]
Re·magining (ree-maj-in-ing) verb - to form mental images of things that have or might have already happened; use the imagination to for a memory.
[Origin: The mind of a child completely untethered by the common perception of the space time continuum ]