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We have a chatty baby, mostly ooo and ahh. Sometimes I think he's saying "hi" when we say "hi" to him, but I'm not totally sure there's an "h" in there. Still all vowels, no consonants, not even mmmm. He'll babble when he's happy and when he's frustrated, and especially when he's not getting enough of everyone's attention (if we're talking he'll ooo and ahh until we turn to him).
Vivi is a chatty kathy over here! She coos, but a lot of the time she makes like amazon woman jungle cries. It can get pretty loud! And yes we sometimes have that sounds like "Hi" sound and she actually had a day where she kept repeating something that sounded like "Dada". DH was happy about that one. Me? Not so much lol jk
Bax is also pretty chatty. He does this thing where he makes his lips look like a duck bill and coos and makes funny sounds. His two most common sounds are one that sounds like the sandpeople from star wars, and a "hoot hoot" sound. He opens his mouth REALLY wide when he wants to laugh, but rarely laughs unless is is SUPER stimulated
Taylor is pretty chatty, I think she likes to hear herself She'll screech and coo and ahhh, and loves loves loves to blow raspberries all the time. I caught this cute video of her last night, I'm pretty sure she was telling me all about her exciting day before we went to bed. : )
~Kasi~ Mommy to Sean Elliot and Taylor Joelle!
Mine says all kinds of nonsense. It does often sound like "hi" and even "daaaaa deeeee" but I know she's not actually saying anything. I've noticed she will sometimes mock my pitch and number of syllables.