Yesterday, Cloud and I were driving by a certain pond and looking for the resident swans.
"There they are," I said.
He replied, "Right, right. She's right."
If his reply sounds oddly out of context... well, it is. But it has two things going for it!
1) Correct gender in gender-specific pronoun.
2) Expressing a positive thought.
It just so happens that he was talking to me when he referred to me as 'she'. And while 'right' is a synonym for 'yes', it is not always an appropriate alternative.
But I don't care! My kid is saying new things. He's experimenting with language. He'll get the nuances down later.