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#1 of 15 Old 06-10-2008, 03:41 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Orion is just babbling away these days trying out new sounds...it's the most wonderful sound in the world...and he's grinning a lot....and flirting.

This is too much fun to be legal!

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Aww, don't you just love those gurgles and coos? So far my DD has just said, "Ahh," but to me it's the sweetest sound in the world.

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oh, i know! isn't the coolest thing - one of my favorite things about babyhood. the other night when DH was giving the baby a bath she was talking up a storm, and it was extra adorable because he was acting as if they were having a little conversation... "are you ready for me to scrub your head now?" "gurgle, coo, aaaaahhh" "oh, OK, then - we can do your feet first." it was seriously the cutest thing ever.
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Lizzie is talking now too, it's so cute. She's very quiet about it thought and only "talks" to certain people. She a super smiley girl too, I love it!
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Meghan isn't so very verbal. She coos and says "Gahhh" on occasion.
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Charlie just started cooing this week. It is really cute. He found his fist too and has been munching away at it. I just love babyhood .

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Gus is a "talker"! He carries on all the time and I just eat it up.

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oh, i know! isn't the coolest thing - one of my favorite things about babyhood. the other night when DH was giving the baby a bath she was talking up a storm, and it was extra adorable because he was acting as if they were having a little conversation... "are you ready for me to scrub your head now?" "gurgle, coo, aaaaahhh" "oh, OK, then - we can do your feet first." it was seriously the cutest thing ever.
We do this all the time! I get so wrapped up in what he'll "say" next... Time just gets away.
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Raina isn't the biggest babbler in the world, but at least a few times a day I can get some gurlges and cooing out of her, and she lets out lots of happy sighs while she's sleeping.

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I love this stage, too! DS coos, goos, boos, maaas, brrrs, ahhhs, gurgles, sticks out his tongue, and makes spit bubbles. He even started laughing this week!
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when does this start? my babe is 6 weeks and still grunts, and some reactive smiles. she's quiet in general tho.
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Trevor is SUCH a talker!! Has been pretty much since birth, it cracks me up He also just started smiling back at us like last week

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My little dude is such a FLIRT. Cracks me up. Grins, flails and kicks, cackles like it's the most hilarious thing on earth. We've mastered "nnnGUH!", "ooooooh!", "heeeya!", "hurrp" and a variety of interspersed clicks that sound a bit like the !kung language, lol. He has a very distinct sound he makes when he is done nursing, does not want to sleep and wants to get up to play. If he makes that at 5 am I know there's no hope, I just get up with him.
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I swear Levi said "I have an idea" this morning
At 9 wks old he's very advanced, don't you think?
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My older kids just love making Christian smile and babble. They already interpret what he's "saying." To them, he already has said "glad," "good," "love" and "agua." LOL!

I can't wait for the laughing! He almost did it the other day. Kinda "heh heh." Have you ever watched the baby belly laugh montages on YouTube? LOVE IT!
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it's. SO. much. frigging. fun!!!

this one i have here is a big time grunter. he's always doing sign language, and making these intensely expressive faces, from full-face grins, to full face scowls (think, full drawn brows like Ice Cube ) and his 'words' are things like uuurrhrl and oooaarhh and gneeiih.

we're having a ball!
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