Just from today....
"My pants fall down again." (Why won't your parents buy you a belt, kid?)
"No don' put in mouth," as he chewed pensively on an uncapped marker.
"My ecrire!" as he grabs at a pen his maman is currently using. Ecrire means "to write" in French, but I don't know if he meant "I write" or "my pen," because he tends to use "my" as the first person subject pronoun (eg "My running! My off shoes! My take a bath!"). But I suppose that either way, it means the same thing to him: he wanted the pen and he wanted to write with it.
"My love oo Mommy, my love oo, je t'aime, je t'aime."
"My balloon!" Maman hands him a deflated balloon from a birthday party last weekend. Griffin holds balloon in the air. "Ballon haut, ballon bas, ballon." (Lyrics from a French song about a balloon flying up and down--from a CD we haven't listened to for several weeks!)