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Old 04-10-2010, 10:09 AM
 
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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.
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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.

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"aw-ful" beautiful?

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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.

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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"

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I overheard these at the doctor's office today. "plah-bo" and "waspin" lol. Both are "licensed" names.

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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.

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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
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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.
Garbage truck and garbage can.

Those were surprisingly easy to guess when I said them outloud.
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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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