First words

One of my blogging friends (Meghan, check her out at Ratnam Residence) wrote a lovely post about her little boy’s first word the other day. It reminded me of something that happened the other day and I thought I’d share it with you.

Elisabeth is really practising her words now. She’ll try and repeat most things we say and given that she is only 18 months old, we think she is doing quite well. When she is not saying actual words she is chatting in her own little language. Some of the things she likes saying are: pappa, mamma, shoes, done, night night, ta, car and toast. All pretty straightforward short words, until a few days ago when she was happily playing with her teddy bears and all of a sudden she said: Panama. No idea where that came from and she hasn’t said it since, weird!

I wonder what she’ll come out with next, perhaps she should work on supercalifragilisticexpialidocious πŸ™‚

10 thoughts on “First words

  1. Shoes? You got a shopper on your hands. What a girl!

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  3. I love the things they come out with when they’re learning to speak! My eleven month old daughter keeps making sounds like ‘I love you’, although I know she isn’t really meaning to say that! hehe

  4. That’s so cute! I love it when kids are first learning how to talk. You never know what you might here!

    1. I know, it’s so funny. Especially when they pretend to talk on the phone and do exactly the same things you do when you’re on the phone.

      1. My daughter did that all the time at the age! It was adorable. Made me realize how I sounded on the phone, too!

      2. Ha ha, yes apparently I lean against the door post a lot πŸ™‚

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