does your baby??

Jenawae - posted on 03/07/2010 ( 14 moms have responded )

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I was noticeing my daughter pointing to things she wants so one day I asked her where is dada? and she pointed to him and then i asked her where is cy cy (our dog) and she pointed to him then grandma and papa and she pointed to them and i thought well maybe she just somehow did it by luck and i tried another day and she did it again so i guess i was wondering does anyone elses child to this?? and what words is everyones babies saying? Ceydi (my daughter) can say mama, dada, cy cy, hhhiii, huh, yeah she doesnt always say it but she looks at me when she says mama nd dad when she says dada etc. :)

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Leah - posted on 03/15/2010

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I would look into gifted schools, just a thought, babies reaching milestones before their time is actually a big deal I have discovered. My daughter is also 10 months old and is walking, calling us etc and I was advised to do this ... But actually recognizing people and things by name and pointing them out is quite astonishing as the normal age to start doing this is at about a year and a half. PS: You must be very proud!!!!:)

Vanesa - posted on 03/14/2010

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That is awsome!! My little one says dada when she looks at daddy, she calls me baba does too yell loudly when she eats...

Cesiah - posted on 03/13/2010

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my son says mama, dada, papa, sometimes daddy, bye, baby, he does not point but if i ask him where they are he immediatly turns and looks at them, he loves to play pat a cake and pick a booh n he does it on his own, he knows what it means when i say lets go, he will be sitting on floor playin n ill say it he will immediatly turn to me n reach for me, he looooves music!! he also knows what no means n he says ah ah when we tell him no n many times when he knows that he is not suppose to get into something he will say it or turn and look at us to see if we are watching him..they are just so smart we understimate many times! i'm a proud mama lol i could go on forever, they are amazing!!

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my lil girl points to momma, dada, both of our dogs, grandma, pappy, my sis, my bro, my nephew, and points to the tv when i ask her where kai lan or mickey mouse are. she said momma when she was 2 1/2 months old she now says dada, and hi. she does this thing when i say aww she puts her head to the side its so adorable i only showed her this 3 times in 1 day and she started copying me, she plays patty cake when i sing the song, waves bye bye she brushes her hair shes been walking since 8 months she can bend down n pick something and turn around without falling its crazy to me all the stuff she is doing

Amanda - posted on 03/12/2010

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our children do grow up so fast! My daughters first word was kitty and she says ba-ba, brother, and daddy and knows "up" and lots of other words. She is a stinker and WON'T say momma. When I ask she just laughs and sticks her tounge out and spits :) I also let her choose what she wants to eat a lot of the time. I'll hold two jars of food (or a banana or applesauce or some other people food) and she'll point to what she wants. I gave up on not letting her choose because if she didn't like it or want it I would just end up picking it up off the floor 2 minutes later. I did the same with the food with my son when he was the same age.

Jenawae - posted on 03/11/2010

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awww Ricky thats great :) and super cute :) i know i love these moments but they seem to be flyin by!!!!

Ricky - posted on 03/11/2010

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My son can say a few words. He says mum and mama alot. num num for food (when im pretending to eat i say "num num num num"). he will look at the door and say dada (he is waiting for his dad to come home from work). He is learning how to wave bye bye, if he is trying to run away all I have to say is "mommy is going bye byes" and he'll come back to me. If we need to pick him up all we say is "hands" and he'll hold his arms in the air. And he knows when he is not supposed to do something because he will look at us to make sure we arent looking or turn his back to us when he has something he is not supposed to have. They grow up too fast

Jenawae - posted on 03/11/2010

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*Adriane*- I know isnt it soo amazing :).


*Sylvie*- yeah my daughter loves to play catch she can throw pretty far too haha for such a little girl ;) and Ceydi loves to play peek-a-boo (well we play "where's the baby"oh "there she is":) haha she loves it and yes Ceydi Always knows shes not supposed to touch things but waits til she thinks im not lookin to do so haha

Sylvie - posted on 03/10/2010

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We definetly under estimate what or child does understand. They know alot more then we realise and I sometimes think that we do not give them enough credit.
My daughter dosent really talk yet- seh just talks ALOT.
But she sure understands alot of things around her. SHe plays all kinds of games with me including playing catch, she also understand when I say no and she even knows if she is aloud to touch or not because she sometimes looks at me before touching to wait and see what my response will be. They are smart little people.

Adriane - posted on 03/09/2010

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My son is 9 months, he says da da and knows who he is very well. He says ma ma once in a while. He waves good bye and hello, and he also understands when you tell him to come here.

Jenawae - posted on 03/09/2010

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*Christine*- Thats sooo cute :) yeah Ceydi is justs kinda learnig how to wave and clap :). I know what you mean about the growing fast thing it seems like just yesturday we were on our way to the hospital my how time flies when ur having fun huh :)

*Becky*- I love that beep beep and he backs up thats sooo cute and Ceydi does the same thing when she knows she isnt supposed to have something she will look at me n daddy and watch untill she thinks we are not watching and then she goes for it if i turn my head to look at her she does something totally different acting like she didnt do anything haha and when i turn away again she goes right back for it lol its soooo funny she can be VERY naughty at times haha

*Monique*- I truely agree i think now is the most important time to try and start teaching your children things they are like a sponge they soak up EVERYTHING :) it was funny the other day i pointed at someone and said sssshhh and the very same day Ceydi did the same thing to them hahahaha it was sooo funny but really makes me watch what i do so i dont set a bad example for your but i was blown away i couldnt belive she did the very same thing and more then once to the same person when they were getting loud MY LITTLE PRINCESS AMAZES ME EVERY DAY :)

Monique - posted on 03/09/2010

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my daughter is 9months old and understands how to wave to say hello and good bye, also she has started this thing were she holds a fist then opens and repeats it when she wants something,.. i think people under estimate the age they start really learning. also she has said random words all the time but rarley repeats it on demand...

Becky - posted on 03/08/2010

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Riley says mama, dada, bubba(big brother), baba(bottle or food), bye-bye and waves at you when you say it. He has also learned yeah and na(no) when we ask him but he shakes his head no for both. He knows what things on his brother's table that he can and cannot touch cause he looks at me first before trying to get to things he cannot have. He will also come to me when he is in his walker and I ask him to come to me. Also we have a small walk area from the kitchen to the living room and when gets there and blocks the way we can make a beep sound and he will back up. It is so cute cause we can make the beep sound when he is in the middle of the room and he backs up. It is so cute to watch.

Christine - posted on 03/07/2010

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wow,tht's preti kul.my baby also looks at me wen sayin mama n at her dad wen sayin baba n also understands wen u tel her come,she actuali comes n wen u tel her 'bye baby',she waves bye,n wen u tel her 'clap ur hands baby',she claps her hands!she's grown so fast n so adorable n im hapi tht ur baby is also developing so wel.cheers 2 us mothers!!

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