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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Words...

So, my daughter's vocabulary seems to be growing more and more each day. It is so funny to hear something come out of her mouth that is new and you haven't heard before. And then you wonder, when did she pick that up? It is amazing the learning that goes on with a little one.

So... here are some of the words that are in her repertoire:

Mama
Dadda
Yeah!!!!!(and that is exactly how she says it too...)
baba(which actually means her sippy cup)
Mine!(again... where did she come up with that one?)
And... of course, my new favorite:
NO!
(I know exactly where that one came from! LOL!)
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6 comments:

Stephanie said...

Uh-oh. It's great that she's talking... it's bad that she can say no!

Ethan, Zach, and Emma's Mom said...

Emma says Mine too. It comes out as "MAAAAAA!" It is so fun to listen to them learn to talk!

momof2beautifulgirls said...

Oh the mine just gets better as they get older.... Wait till number 2 comes along... then the fun really begins.

Librarian or Teacher said...

It must be so exciting watching her learn new things!

Emily said...

ahh yeah for saying Mama and dada! yeah:) And no is always one they catch onto right at first!! probably because they hear it from their parents soo often!

momstheword said...

Oh how precious. I hope you don't mind if I encourage you to write down the word she says and what it means.

I did this with both my boys and put them in their memory boxes (a lidded box that holds things I've collected over the years for them, I did a post about it under the label "children" if you want to read more about it).

Anyway, I had forgotten over the years some of their precious baby language so I'm so glad I did that!