Many years ago, Pam Grunwell (perhaps the leading clinical phonologist of the last few decades) kindly gave me some samples of disordered speech transcribed into IPA for use as ear training exercises with my students at Cardiff.
One example was from a child with a favourite articulation: as much as possible was produced at the palatal position. The phrase that caught my eye was [ˈcɥɪçməç ˈcɥi] for the target ‘christmas tree’.
So, at this festive time, while you’re waiting for [ˈçæɲcə ˈcʎɔç], I wish everyone a [ˈmʲɛɥi ˈcɥɪçməç əɲɟ ə ˈhæpʲi ˈɲju ˈjɜ].
There will be no posts on Christmas Day or Boxing Day, and only irregular posts until the New Year.