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Kata has been saying mama and dada (though we call him papa) for awhile. Its very clearly said with purpose. Weve been working on "hello" and everytime shes on the phone she says...something that sounds kind of like hello lol! Shes also been saying ow, yeah, no, and her sister Nadja she says "yaya" instead. She doesn't even attempt to say Leora's name Just lately shes been "talking" a lot more. I know a lot are words but mostly I cant make it out.
Oh, and she makes animal noises. I count meow and moo as words lololol
Connor says lots of Mama and Dada but he's not associating us with those names yet. He does say "Hey" though when he wants our attention and he tries to copy me when I say words. He just babbles something in the same number of syllables and the word I say though. It's cute!
He understands lots of words though and when I ask where something is or if he wants something he looks for it.
Jack says kitty (kee), mama, dada, and he just recently started saying more (moh).
Funny little aside... My sister has several Australian shepherds, which she keeps outdoors, and she also has a couple of small indoor dogs. Jack really liked the big dogs, but he got super-excited with the little dogs. He squeeled and screamed, "Kee!" So apparently, he thinks all small animals are kitties.