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Just wondering if or when your LOs said their first words ( or close to it).
We think he's been saying "hi", but only once in a while.
DH is convinced he said "Ninja" over the weekend. I know random, right? haha, They were watching something on tv that had people dressed up as Ninja's (some random Nick Jr. show) and DH kept saying it and supposedly LO said it twice. I was still sleeping so I didn't hear this.
He says Dada all the time, but to nothing in particular. I'm waiting, very impatiently for "Mama." :(
I swear my LO said "hi" all the time when he was 1-3 months old but it was just the sounds he was making. He can say "ba ba", "ga ga", and he said "ma ma" for the first time on Mother's Day....swoon
We are still trying to get him to say "da da". Who knows, maybe he will for Father's Day?
I dont think mine says anything that kinda makes sense. He says dada alot but i dont think he means dad. He also screams something like "Dad" and my husband goes "what" every single time..BUT I dont think he really means dad.
My DS's first word was Bye bye at about 10 months. hee says "bahbye" for good bye and hello, so still working on "hi". He now says on, off (kind of sound the same ), kitty, baba (daddy in greek), uhoh. Still no mommy, although he seems to just call us both baba for now :)
My DD started with words about a month ago. Of course mama and dada came months ago.
These are her current words:
Lilly - my moms dog
Hi and Hey
Pup Pup (puppy)
Boot (booty) LOL
Eeera (ezra) our dog
Blue - learned this one today.
Around 8 months we started getting "mamama", "dadadadada" and "bababababa" but I didn't really count them since he just keeps repeating the syllables. Although he does understand what "bababababa" means but still adds a million extra syllable repetitions.
Last week, I walked past him while he was playing and my DH smacked my butt and said "Smack the Butt!" and Joey stopped, yelled "BUTT!" at the top of his lungs and then went back to playing.