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Kynslee sure does. Right now she's in her highchair "talking" away to her cranberry bagel and I guess whoever else(only me) might be listening She's looking at the bagel, blabbering(just toddler talk, nothing understandable) then says mama, daddy, neigh, meow, then take a bite, chew and start all over again - so cute to watch!! Sometimes it gets a little old the constant noise but I love listening to her. I had to stop and come back and now she's at my feet playing under the table with some boxes and telling them tank ya, tank ya, tank ya(thank you) and blabbering about something.
Yes, she talks constantly. I can tell when she is just blabbering or when she is actually trying to tell us something. She gets so dramatic and points, points, points. She gets this look on her face like, "HOW DO YOU NOT KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING TO YOU, STUPID??!!" Seriously. She has the craziest facial expressions.
She says a lot of words though so I usually know what she is talking about.
Kaden does the same things! He talks all the time. Some times it something I can understand and others....not so much! He gets frustrated when he realizes that I don't know what he's trying to say sometimes.
E just walks around jabbering about who knows what! He even does arm motions, which cracks me up. (I talk wiht my hands all the time, so I imagine he gets it from me!). He's really great at communicating to us what he needs/wants though. And he's GREAT at communicating eat, more, book, and milk.
Kynslee also says a lot of actual words also but jabbers a lot also and we have no idea what she's saying as she chatters away while she plays or eats. She knows around 70+ words (maybe more, I haven't stopped and counted) so we get an idea of what she's asking for by points and actual words thrown in