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December 29th, 2008, 12:56 PM
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I am just wondering when did your son/daughter start to talk?
We think our son is trying to...I was eating a little bit of Sherbet & fed him a bite, and he told me mm gooo. We always tell him when we are feeding him things are good, and he tells us MMMM when hes hungry.
Also, Yesterday he was trying to get my cell phone, I told him no (I dont let him have it because I got a phone bill for an extra $25 because he was getting on the Internet without me knowing LOL ...Anyway, I told him no he said "Ya", & told him no-no again and he told me "my" twice.
He's been Babbling non-stop, If we ask him something he will babble like hes talking to us..its so cute! Do you think this is him trying to talk to us??

I also would LOVE to know when you started Potty Training, & what kind of signs did your son/daughter give you that he/she was ready to start?
We went out the other day and I got him a Potty Training book, I've been reading that to him.
I know its early to start worrying about potty training, but I feel the sooner the better for us! LOL
He is 15months, 2ft 9inches, & 34lbs! We still have him in size 6 "pampers cruisers" because we cant find size 7 in our area! So, I thought well I will go to training diapers, cant fit those either Now he is using the Good Nites & Easy Up's at night, size 6 diapers through the day.
When we have to use the Good Nites/easy ups permanently - This is going to put our monthly diaper bill at around $110+ a month

<span style="font-family:Verdana">[b]Noah Scott Jarvis
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