Is it a word that you say and he/she tries to mimic you by repeating it, but doesn't say it correctly?
Is it a word that you say and he/she does mimic you and repeats it perfectly?
Is it a word he/she says randomly in the babble and you recognize a word in there?
Is it a word he/she says when recognizing something? (you walk into the room and baby says "Mama!")
I'm very curious to see your answers!
Catie - Happy wife to Aaron (01.05), mama to Liam(08.08), and Ian (11.10)! and due Feb 2013 with blessing #3!
For example, DD says "duck-duck-duck" while babbling, but doesn't say it re. ducks. We count "banana" as a word though, as she only says "a-nana" while eating bananas. (Nope, can't trick her into saying it by telling her avocado is banana., unfortunately!)
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dh swears she was looking out the door at him doing yardwork and said "i see you" but i dunno. she talks in "sentences" alot that are easily interpreted into english however you want.
DD's first word was "puppy!" while looking at the dogs. I guess I know where I stand in the pecking order .
My DD's first word was hot at about 10mo. She pointed to my morning coffee and said, "hot".
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