Now that you’ve started talking, here are some of the really cute things you say:
Your first word wasn’t mamma or dadda (despite our “training”), no, you decided to say “up”. Now up means up and down.
After you mastered mamma and dadda, you now call EVERYONE ‘mamma’ and ‘dadda’ is still reserved for dadda and my heart is very sore.
Other words include: ‘ball’, ‘door’ and your all time favorite, ‘there’! I somehow think that you have lazy tendencies because you say ‘there” (depending on where you point) we have to figure out what you want.
You’re such a smart little boy, if I ask you to point out an animal, you know exactly what I’m talking about. If I ask you to tell me what that animal is, you simply call it ‘dadda’. The only animal name you choose to say is “cuck” which means “duck” and the “cuck” says: “cuck, cuck, cuck” instead of “quack, quack, quack”. You generally name the animals by the sound they make, like a frog, instead of “ribbit”, you just say “brrr, brrr, brrr” and “cuck, cuck”, “moo” is for cows and horses it seems and “neeeow” is for a cat.
One of my all time favorites is your word for apple, since you’re still learning to pronounce words, you call it an “up-phi-da”.
When it comes to naming body parts, you’re right on with, mouth, teeth, nose and hair but you call eyes and ears, “eyes”.
Disney Junior is your channel and boy do you love to watch Mickey Mouse Club House. What really gets me tickled is how you blatantly refuse to help when asked, your simple and constant response is: “uh-uh”, as in no ways.