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We aren't saying anything yet. I can tell he's starting to shape stuff, and occasionally a random "ba" or "ga" slips out, but no babbling so far. I am beyond ready though, especially for a "dada" since Danny still can't make a D sound... Poor DH has been waiting 4 years!
We're saying dada, hi and hi da. He says it to dh when he comes home from work and when he's feeding him. Too cute but I'd like a mama. Ds1 is the ultimate mama's boy and he didn't say mama for a long time.
Haevyn will say "mama" but only when she's sad lol I can't get her to say it when she's happy. I haven't "counted it" yet because of that. DH says it counts though, but I think that's because when she says it she's usually with him and he says aww see she wants her momma! haha