Does your little one say anything yet?

Megan - posted on 01/08/2009 ( 30 moms have responded )

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Eden has said Mamamama for a few months now. She also says Dada and babbles a lot. When she eats she says MMMmmmmm. If I tell her to do things she does it now like "stick your tongue out!" or of course shake your head and clap your hands. I love when she claps. She also dances to music by bouncing her legs and when she's standing shaking her little butt.
Just wondering if anyone else's babies do cute things like that :-)

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Christina - posted on 01/28/2009

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My daughter started saying stop, get up, hello, and she tries to say her sister's name Arissa. She loves to give really big hugs, and she pats our back when she gives them. She gives her dolls kisses on the head as well as the hugs.

Amber - posted on 01/25/2009

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Development is definately wonderful to watch and it amazing how quickly they pick up things. It is impresive what is important for one child and not others. Makya has always been a talker (she come by it honestly for mommy and daddy ;)). She says dada, mama, hi, doggie, Jers and Berk (our dogs names), ah dun (all done), and uh oh. She smacks her lips together when she is hungry, shakes her head no when she does not want something, says "wffff" for the sound a dog makes, "brrr" when she is cold and snaps her fingers at the cat when she wants to pet her. She also loves to dance shen she hears music. Does anyone else's child love to give hugs to anyone and anything?

Tomondra - posted on 01/24/2009

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For sure! Jojo also says mama and dada. He has started saying bye bye and grabbing his coat. I guess because we're always busy so he learned bye bye quick. LOL. He also dances and claps his hands. He bounces on his knees to dance also. If he sees u eat something he will come and reach to our mouth. When he's finished with things, he just tosses them and then says uhoh! he is too funny... Oh yea- this morning my husband kissed me and he pushed his face away, we kept doing it to see if he would continue and he did- I wonder if it will be ok for me to push his girlfriends away when they kiss him. LOLOLOLOL!!!

Shannon - posted on 01/24/2009

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Jack mostly says Bababababa, which we think is because I call him Bubba all the time.



He says mamama, and numnumnum while he eats, but I think he's just babbling.  He's gotten very good at pointing, grunting, and giving me a very stern look to let me know what he wants.  He'll give me 5 if I ask, and he out right LAUGHS when we ask him to say dada.  Jack does the shaky-butt dance all the time, and will occasionally stick his hands up in the air while he does it.  He also likes to pick people on the bus, wave at them to get their attention, then point at them with both hands.  He thinks he's the Fonz, I guess.

User - posted on 01/24/2009

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my baby logan has shocked me he says alot dada, mama, his sisters name alanna, nana, hide boo, toetoes, car, doggy, ball, dodi, ta, teddy, dolly. and does alot of things when we ask him to like you said sticks tongue out, clap hands etc

Nicole-Levi - posted on 01/19/2009

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Liam says" what is it" and whats that" Mama dadda yumyums and other babbles! he started walking alone x mas eve! wow is he ever busy!! they just keep getting busier and busier but truly a joy!:)

Kristin - posted on 01/19/2009

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Saidai babbles mamama and dadada, but she does know who those are. She also waves (open and closed hand and waving arm), claps, signs "more" and points wherever she wants to go. Her only real words so far are hi and up.

Chani - posted on 01/19/2009

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Wyatt has been saying mama, dada, hey, hi, yeah for several months now, his words are eat, and drink, and he will only say them when he's hungry or thirsty, he loves making the clicking noises, and he dances all the time whenever music plays. He's trying to walk but prefers to crawl, and when he carries his toys around he puts them in his mouth, and the crawls around the house with them. He has already figured out stairs too, and will climb up each one and then turn around and look to see if you are going to stop him before he keeps going.

Crystal - posted on 01/18/2009

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Kalei has been saying mama, dada, also when she's hungry she says mum mum, and when she wants her bottle she says buh buh.... She also babbles a lot.

Sara - posted on 01/18/2009

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Everything and everyone is DADA. Anna only says mama when she's upset about something. She definitely does the butt-bounce whenever she hears music and says mmmm when she wants to eat.

Erin - posted on 01/17/2009

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My daughter Rachel has been talking for a long time. She can say "dada," "mama", "uh-oh", "thank you", "cookie", "gentle", "Jesus", "bye-bye", "hey there" and some others. She can say what she calls her grandma "JJ", too. She doesn't say all of them all the time, but she defineatly understands what she is saying. Her favorite word lately is "thank you". She is so friendly to everyone we meet or see--she doesn't meet a stranger. She is always waving hello or goodbye to them. They can't believe she can tell them "thank you."



She's not walking yet, but will be soon. She is truly a bright child and we are so blessed that she is happy and healthy. And, like some of you others, she doesn't say mama or mommy much, mostly when she is NOT happy!

Sonya - posted on 01/17/2009

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Oh yes... She has about a 5-6 word vocabulary and of course Mom isn't in it yet. I'm so sad about it and I really didn't think I would be- to be honest. When my DD said, "Dada!" I was SO excited... thinking Mama wasn't far behind but I was so wrong and I'm a lil bummed about it.

Laura - posted on 01/17/2009

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Sofia's first word was Lion. I attribute that to her Baby Einstein Exersaucer. Same thing with the word Duck. She loooooves ducks and is always asking for her bathtime ducks. She routinely says "Down Now" or "All Done" when she is in her high chair and has finished eating. She also clearly asks for Mama or Daddy. Oh, and she says "Bot-ta-ta" when asking for her bottle, which is rare these days. She is almost done with bottles and is moving on to sippy cups!

Christina - posted on 01/16/2009

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Sapphira says dadada real well, sometimes she says hi, mama, and baba. It's really hard for me that she says dada so much more. I guess that's because he's a stay at home dad so she spends more time with him. Try as I might though I can't get her to mimic me. She loves to read books, she'll turn the pages and make different sounds for each page. She also dances, she bobs her head, bounces and shakes her butt. She sometimes gives the open mouth kisses, but loves to give great big hugs with pats on the back.

User - posted on 01/15/2009

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Little Lewis thinks we all understand his every word.....looking you in the eye and doing all sorts of noises. Keeps his older sisters entertained all the time. Only noticable words are muma, dada and buba.....and perhaps fssssh (fish) and staaa (star) because we look at them a lot of the time. So cute!!

Jennifer - posted on 01/15/2009

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Lyla says Hi, bye, mama, dada, baba!! Her favorite to say though are hi and bye!! she loves waiving too!!

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What i think is so cute about my daughter Lara, is that she will belt out like a whole sentence and then laugh. Not sure everyword she is saying, but she seems to think it is so super funny. She can say mum, dada, hi, night night, yeah, come, up. So also is quite a little actress.

Sareta - posted on 01/14/2009

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charity is 11 months and mostly she just loves to hear her own voice. Babbles all the tme and "sings" with songs on the radio. As far as real words go she is really good at MaMa, bubba, baba (sometimes those two can be confusing) and now bye-bye, sometimes she will also say Hi

Jenyfer - posted on 01/13/2009

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my lil girl says mama...dada...baba...papa....no...hi....and she also dances and bounces to music...when i tell her no she growls at me lol

Megan - posted on 01/13/2009

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Yes the raspberries....she has been doing that for about 4 months now and she likes to do it while she eats...so if it hasn't happened yet it's coming...watch out! lol She claps while she eats now too. Thats a little less messy :)



She loves when other people click thier tongue at her..she could do that for hours!



She also likes when you make an mmmm sound and touch your lower lip so it sounds like babababbabaababa..she imitates by taking her fist to her mouth and saying bababababa it's adorable.



I love to hear how everyone else's babies dance and clap...it's so cute!



 



 

Emma - posted on 01/13/2009

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My little guy Daniel is almost 11 months, he says mum, dada, nan, ta, bub, no.  He also loves music and will start to wriggle and clap.  He also loves to mimac and can blow raspberries, stick his tongue out, he has just started to click his tongue.  he loves to wave goodnight to his toys and can clap and loves to play open shut them with his hands very cute and lots of fun times!

Krista - posted on 01/12/2009

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my daughter is saying dada, baba, and when she really get's going it sounds like she says bad dad lol it's really funny

she really loves music i can put Porker face on the tv and she will sit there and watch the whole msic video it is sooo cute whlie she wiggles her butt and claps her hands.

she is making these funny faces alll the time where she stick out her 2 bottom teeth and messes up her nose and smiles it way too cute!!

Jennifer - posted on 01/12/2009

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My little Noah says mama and dada.  His new thing is to click his tongue.  It remind me of an aboriginee.  He also loves to give "kisses" with a big wide open mouth.  I am the only one who he gives raspberries to at the same time, so I know he loves me best.  Lol.

Jenny - posted on 01/12/2009

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Hi! My baby Helena was born on the 21st of Feb. She loves to dance and sometimes puts her hands in the air while dancing..so cute. She also says mama and dada and sometimes nana, and baba for bottle. Sometimes I try to teach her other words but don't know if I should use baby talk or regular words b/c they are so confusing!

Tina - posted on 01/11/2009

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yes, my Daniel is 11 months and babbles alot in his own way. He also says dada clearly, but mama is still mmmmammmmnn. There is a lot of of his own gibberish

Hannah - posted on 01/08/2009

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ella says 'mama', 'dada', 'duck', 'quack', 'no' and 'tigger'
but doesn't use no in a spoilt brat kinda way, she just points at things she isn't allowed and says nnnnnno

Nicole - posted on 01/08/2009

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Liney loves music.  If u are holding her and she hears music, she kicks her legs and smiles.  she will move back and forth on her legs and shake her bum!  she likes the Killers and the Who the best lol. 



She says dada, and mummum.  it sounds like she has said hi, hey, hi ya, kitty, and grammy, but not with any regularity. 

Jamie - posted on 01/08/2009

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Halle says momma, daaaaaa (not dada really, lol), uh oh, yuuuum and up. She claps to any music that's on, whether it's on the tv or the radio, it's so funny. She dances when she's standing up like your little girl, shaking her butt and bouncing her legs. It is so adorable! She also likes to be chased up the stairs, but I'm not sure if I like that habbit, lol.

Claire - posted on 01/08/2009

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Hey Evie says Mama, Dada, yumyum, Nana and other random blabs! She does the bouncing dancing thing is so funny! She walks with things but not got the confidence to do it alone yet! They are funny x

Katrina - posted on 01/08/2009

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Rachael said her fourth word yesterday, "Ball". She seems to like B words she walks around the house saying BABABABABAB and then if you say a B word she will repeat it. The only one that seem to have stuck in her head so far are Ball and Bear, she will only say Bear if you are holding a certain stuff bear of hers that she is getting very attached to, I think his name might just be Bear.

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