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Michael says mamamama mum mum, dada, and baba (which he does while waiving - so i think he means bye bye??) mum mum is when he wants food! I'll have food ready to give to him and he will say "mum mum" I think he gets that from the ever so popular mum mums (which we refer to gerber puffs as mum mums too!)
Jenny - 36
Michael Joseph Born 1/14/11 at 2:46pm
Baby Christian - born into heaven at 22 weeks gestation - 7/14/12
Starting IVF/PGD - September 2012
47 eggs retrieved (OUCH!)
38 eggs mature
26 eggs fertilized
10 embryos biopsied
3 embryos - 2 boys, 1 girl are waiting to be transferred - transferring 1 boy 1 girl on first FET!!!
2/12/13 - FET - Cancelled due to fluid in the uterus
2/20/13 - Hysteroscopy scheduled - 1 polyp removed.
4/10/13 - FET - 2 embies transferred as planned! 1 boy 1 girl!
4/22/13 - Trying to wait to test - Beta scheduled!! -
7/31/13 - FET - 1 embie transferred - 1 boy
8/7/13 - 7dp5dt - - but very light
8/9/13 - 9dp5dt - - no mistaking this one!
8/12/13 - 1st Beta scheduled - 64
8/14/13 - 2nd Beta scheduled - only 10
Adeline is saying mama, and she seems to know that she is referring to me. I generally get it when she is upset, but she also does it when she is walking around in her walker chasing after me. I could have sworn I have heard her say puppy (most of her toys are dogs, and I am always referring to our dog as puppy) a couple of times, but it's been a couple weeks since then.
Cora will say "mamamama" and "dadada." Bur for the most part its just a lot of babble an gabble and goo mo bo buh. I would like to think that she knows that I am "mama" but I'm not sure if the connection is really there.
Annette says maamaa all the time, when I go in to wake her up in the morning, when she's hungry, when she see's me walk in the room, etc...she actually makes the connection now, love it
She says yum yum, mum mum, baba, gaga, etc...
She says dada for DH too, and Naa-uuu for Nalu our cat.
This is one thing Annette is very good at, talking!
"All you need is love" -The Beatles
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Parker has been saying mama for awhile, and I think that over the past week he has connected it to me. A lot of times he would do it when he was upset, but now he does it at other times. He just started dada a couple weeks ago. I love it!
Aurora also says Mama, though normally while she is upset and Dada when she sees him and is excited. That is pretty much it right now though. I am happy to see she is about on track. At this age her brother already had Bite bite, Mama, Dada, Papa, uh oh and do (dog).