Kiersten baby is talking more and more. While most of it is still sounding like jibberish, there are some words that she is now using on a daily basis. I thought it would be fun to blog about them.
mommy/mama- her first word. she uses it mostly when she wants something, or needs to tattle on someone.
daddy/dada- her second word. we usually hear this the moment Ben comes home from work, or when she is sweet and cuddly, and sometimes when she walks into the guest room she'll say it.
hi- obviously when she sees or notices someone or a toy.
bye bye- she almost always waves as she says it.
uh-oh- usually meaning she has dropped something, but she will also say it if she has thrown something on purpose.
Kara- she actually says it more like "Ka-uh" but it's really cute. I have only heard her use it when she is happy, and not yet when she's been mad at her sister.
ya- this is the answer to most questions we ask her. Usually we ask if she needs a bum change, or that type of thing.
no- she does say no occasionally, and is starting to use it more and more. She just said it this morning when I asked if she was ready to get out of the bath tub.
hey- this is usually what she says if someone takes something away from her. Also, she says it sometimes if I put her down when she wants to be held.
me- she knows to say this when we ask, "who wants breakfast?" (or lunch, or dinner, or a snack)
that- she says this when she is pointing to somthing she wants.
baa- this is her word for her cup.
bee- this is her word for her binky.
I'm certain there are more of them, but these are the ones I can think of right now, and they are definitely the most common. I'd say we hear all of these at least once a day.