Let me backtrack a little and tell you my daughter's speech isn't always clear. She does a lot of what's known as fronting. Vowels that are supposed to be made in the back of the throat are pronounced at the front of the mouth (i.e., a hard "k" sound becomes a "t"). She also has a tendency to drop ending sounds.
After we were finished, we gathered in the living room with a snack to admire our handiwork. As we ate our grapes and wheat thins, Flynn and Evan pointed out all the different ornaments.
"There's Darth Vader."
"There's Pooh Bear! I put that one on."
"There's Superman and Batman and Robin."
"There's the a-hole."
"There's the what?" asked Frank.
"There's the a-hole! On top of the tree. She's beautiful."
Of course, she meant "angel." Frank and I tried in vain to not laugh. We were giggling like idiots.
Behold, I give you the Christmas A-hole, I mean, Angel!