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post #241 of 250
Not being able to supervise is a good reason for a LO to not get to touch scissors. But yeah, if your older kids are sitting doing a craft, and he's interested, I'd help him out with exploring things long before 3.5 yo.
post #242 of 250
All right, here's one: "aw-ful"

He's got the last sound right, but the first syllable is totally different and the middle consonant sound is wrong.

Sung to me one precious morning
post #243 of 250
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"aw-ful" beautiful?
post #244 of 250
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"aw-ful" beautiful?
I was thinking that, too, but then didn't know if it was a 2-syllable word or not, and then I was trying to think of a 2-syllable word that could be sung. And I came up blank.
post #245 of 250
Good guess, but no. It's "special".

One morning he came in after his breakfast and woke me up singing Baby Signing Time "You are very special to me, and I am very special to you" except he couldn't quite remember the word "special"
post #246 of 250
I overheard these at the doctor's office today. "plah-bo" and "waspin" lol. Both are "licensed" names.
post #247 of 250
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New word: Dar-bid duck.

It is not actually a duck. He sees this thing about every other day and *loves* to watch it.

It is related to his other new word "dar-bid dan" which he first said while reading a Sesame Street book.
post #248 of 250
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I overheard these at the doctor's office today. "plah-bo" and "waspin" lol. Both are "licensed" names.
Playdough (although that isn't licensed)

No idea on waspin
post #249 of 250
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Originally Posted by peaceful_mama View Post
New word: Dar-bid duck.

It is not actually a duck. He sees this thing about every other day and *loves* to watch it.

It is related to his other new word "dar-bid dan" which he first said while reading a Sesame Street book.
Garbage truck and garbage can.

Those were surprisingly easy to guess when I said them outloud.
post #250 of 250
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they are relatively easy when you say them or hear them spoken, especially when he is looking out the window at a giant garbage truck

his 3 yo sis saw a Ses. Street play kitchen set at a rummage this weekend and announced "There's Cookie Monster and Garbage Can" apparently she couldn't think of Oscar (since they discovered Nick. Jr. Sesame is passe, )
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