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October 4th, 2011, 06:52 PM
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Originally Posted by hiskid1324 View Post
Mine would be easy: none.
Pretty much ditto ... she says Dada, and sometimes Mama. We think she has said some things like grandpa, but only once and then never again, lol...

Originally Posted by kellysensei View Post
Interesting how the girls here seem to be saying a lot more than the boys! Is it a boy thing, or just a coincidence, I wonder?
I have heard that often girls start earlier, but not here, lol! Emily is about the same as Michael was ... the talking didn't really get going till later, though comprehension always seemed to be good and certainly his language has more than caught up now.

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October 12th, 2011, 04:02 AM
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Daphne says a lot and catches on quickly to new words. She's definitely a repeater but says a ton on her own. Obviously some of them sound different, but you can still understand what she's saying.
Some examples:
daisy (our dog)
pup pup
lo kitty kitty (hello kitty)
what (this one is annoying, she says it over and over)
one, two, three
A, B, C, D (are these words? lol)
geen (green)
gabba (yo gabba gabba)
gamma (gramma)
thank you
uh oh
ick, yuck
what that
dis (this)
dat (that)
dere go (there you go)
hi, hello, hey
banky (blankie)
tick tick (tickle)
There are probably more but it's late (3am) and my brain is off.

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October 13th, 2011, 12:16 PM
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Ben won't say mama or dada, but he says a few words - juice, ball, yeah, no (he is really good at no ), baby, bubble, animal sounds for cat/dog/fish/whale/lion/tiger/sheep/horse. I think those count as words? He doesn't sign because we didn't work with him on signing like we did with the twins.

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8/5/08 Beautiful twin girls Leigh and Lucy born after 4-year struggle with RPL & 6 losses
12/10/09 Surprise! Baby #3 is on the way, EDD 6/22/10

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6/16/10 Baby Ben is born!

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October 13th, 2011, 12:49 PM
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wow, so many talkative babies! Dallas refuses to communicate with words, although she can say a few.

Baby (she will repeat this if I point to my belly and say 'baby')
Maaaaa (Her word for food. We have been trying for the past 6 months to get her to say "more" and she now says maaaa if she wants any food at all)

Um, i'd say that's about it. Lots and lots and lots of babble.

oh and I forgot, she also says "No" (probably her favorite word besides uh-oh)
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