Talkative or Quiet?
Jones Ogbonnaya - posted on 12/20/2010
Gold Daberechi Kasiemobi is not quiet. I am happy she tries to talk by some sounds. And when she sees other children playing, she tries to communicate by sound (eeeh, eeeh) and also she beckons to people by the wave of her fingers. I can say she is talkative because there are so many sounds I her make.
I am full of gratitude to God Almighty for the progress of my daughter so far.
Alyssa - posted on 12/12/2010
my daughter peyton is almost 13 months and she is very talkative! she can say mommy, daddy, nana, papa, auntie, corndog, cup, hi, uh oh, tickle, car, kit kat (for our cats ) doggy, ducky and so on.. its crazy how fast they learn.
Ashley - posted on 12/07/2010
My daughter of course has a language of her own that no one but she understands. But she also can clearly say Mama, Dada, Papa [for Grandpa], baby, all done, hi, bye-bye, thank-you, whats that and tickle. She's a real chatterbox when she wants to be. She also knows what sounds a lion, dog, chicken, car, and cow say.
Jamie - posted on 12/04/2010
My daughter say ALOT! All she does is talk talk talk. She says Mama, Dada, Hi, More, Bye, All Done, Cat, Puppy, Sammy (cat), Nonna, Papa, Granny, Pop, Ball, Bear, More (and sign), Bath (and sign), Ba-ba, Jack, Juice, and I'm sure some others that I'm forgetting. She knows who people are and can point to family members in pictures. She tries to say everyone's names. She doesn't always get them perfect but I know what she is saying. I just talk to her all day long and explain things that I'm doing and usually she tries to repeat things.
Janet - posted on 12/03/2010
Chrissy Myette - No, you should not be worried. My son says "momomomom" and "a-da" and that's about it. He babbles all of the time, but we are a duel language household and my doctor has told me that what is more important that actual speaking at this age is the comprehension. When I my son "no," he backs off. When I ask him to bring me what is in his hand, he does (sometimes!). When I say "where is Jace?" he looks at his friend Jace (doesn't point to him or go to him, but looks, and that tells me that he understood me). So, again, no, don't be worried. :) I am damn impressed at all of the talking these other babies are doing!!!!!!! Amazing!
Cindy - posted on 12/03/2010
My son was one at the beginning of Nov.He crawled early walked early.But everyone has to keep in mind that they can only learn and master one thing at a time.My son hums and says mumma when he's tired and daddad when dad gets home, but thats about it.Children develop at their own speed,all you can do at this stage is encourage,give them things to mimick,read and talk to them as much as possible.
Manukriti - posted on 12/02/2010
trisha can yakitty yak all the time. her words which we have identified are:
mumma, daddyy, yes, ya, bus (which in my native language means I'm done!), ice (she loves ice-cubes), me, ne-ne (which she picked up from me, native language again, I generally say ne-ne when I feel its time for her nap and pick her up, she recognizes the word as "pick me up")...
we feel amazed sometimes how a little one can associate our actions with our words and reproduce them so very cutely!! we are laughing at her antics all the time.
Shannon - posted on 11/30/2010
my little girl was 1 on the 2nd of Nov. she doesnt really talk, and i'm alittle concerned (her older brother was slow to talk also and now is going to tyke talk). Brynn says dad-da (her favorite word), dog, at (for cat), up, uh-oh. she used to say momma and buba (bottle) but stopped. it makes me sad that she wont say momma any more and she never has a bottle so i see why she stopped that word.
Karen - posted on 11/30/2010
My little girl can now say: mummy, daddy, nanny, baby, catch, up, hallie (the dog), Jas, hi. She jibbers all day long in her own language. She doesn't know too many animals, they all go raaaahh according to her, like a a lion, lol. She does know that a kangaroo goes hop hop and jumps up and down - very cute.
Ohh Emily, how cute that your daughter says i love you. I've been trying to get Zoe to say that but i haven't had much luck yet.
Emily - posted on 11/29/2010
My daughter says...Dada, Pap, Mama, Dog, Indy(our dogs name) Whats that, tickle tickle, Trick or treat, jump, bye bye, hi, more, thank you, stop, no, love you, and many more!!!! She just started saying mama though and barely says it :( I think she does it on purpose but I look forward to the day she says I love you mommy!
Corrine - posted on 11/28/2010
My son says mama, daddy, doggie, leah (his older sister-short for Aaliyah), Mad (other sister-short for Maddie), up, hi, bye, all done, oh my, and what's that. Those are what he says the most of. He also knows animal sound- moo, baa, elephant sound and woof!
Kristine - posted on 11/26/2010
Sophie will be a year old o Nov 30 and she is very talkative. She says Dad, Mom, Nana, Kee (for kitty) and repeats the colous back to her leapfrog (red becomes ray, blue is boo) orange and yellow are bit beyond her yet tho :)She also says Hey, fake coughs and then talks at the tippy top of her voice .... oh the fun of self-discovery!!
Georgina - posted on 11/25/2010
My daughter just turned 1 a couple days ago and she can say Dada, Mama, Yum Yum, Dog, Uh Oh, Here you go (when she hands you stuff), Thank you (when you hand her something), Uh Uh (for No), No No, and everything else is gabbagook. LOL
Anna - posted on 11/25/2010
My little man says Mommy, GaGa (for Grandma), Doggy, Cat, Kipper (name of our cat), Poppa, Hiyaaaaaaaa, Thankyou, Ta, Oopsy Day (As in Upsy Daisy from ITNG), Book, JoJo (his Uncle), Arry (his other Uncle), BOO!, yus, no, dummy, oi, tickle, apple, cuddle and I think that's about it, oh and I'm sure sometimes he says "chocky" (a grandma word for chocolate) and he sings too sort of...
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