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We are still at the point and "ahhh ahhh" stage here. He has picked up a few more important words from daddy. He can now say an almost understandable "beer" he does a really good job with "ffff" at appropriate times and was trying to sing about a bottle of rum yesterday I still have a funny feeling the np we see will want him to have a speech eval at age 2 for lack of vocab, but he has no problems understanding a thing.
post #282 of 287
Isaac is REALLY into animals. So most of his words are totally having to do with either his extremely independent personality, or animals.

Moot is cow, owl, pick is pig, sishy is fishy, nemo, daddy, mommy (which works for me, my mom and his aunties. ), puppy, dog, bird, bear, titi which is kitty, dut is duck. The other words are usually commands or comments. Like aw done, no, stop it, mine, up, ny-night, whats that... etc.


And he incorporates it with a LOT of gibberish/foreign baby language.

He just hit an explosion this month though.
post #283 of 287
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Originally Posted by s_kristina View Post
We are still at the point and "ahhh ahhh" stage here. He has picked up a few more important words from daddy. He can now say an almost understandable "beer" he does a really good job with "ffff" at appropriate times and was trying to sing about a bottle of rum yesterday I still have a funny feeling the np we see will want him to have a speech eval at age 2 for lack of vocab, but he has no problems understanding a thing.
Glad my kid's not the only one familiar with beer Kristina I laughed so hard at this... good to see he's got his priorities in order!!!
post #284 of 287
Here's one for the "Thank God she didn't say *that* in public" file:

Tonight Brynn and I were in the kitchen making dinner, and Jason came home from work and then left right away again to go work out. After he left, Brynn said, "I'm scared of Daddy." I wasn't really too alarmed, but I did say, "Really? What is it about Daddy that you are scared of?" Her reply? "His penis."

We talked about it more and she seemed to really be concerned about the fact that Daddy pees from his penis, so I guess that's what she was talking about. I was just thinking (in all seriousness), what if she were in school and said that to a teacher or another parent? Hello, CPS!!! Geez.
post #285 of 287
WOW.

Yeah I would chalk that up to good timing on her part.
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I think penises are generally fascinating at this age anyhow- especially for a girl thinking about the potty, because little boys accidents are so much tidier I would maybe consider spending a day talking about "scary" and "not scary" though- it sounds like she had a very clear idea in her head but didn't have the words to express it.
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Oh! It's August 1st! Here's the new thread.
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