a blog about the small things I make and the small people I make them with.
hehe sweet.I keep wanting to write the wonky way my kids say words at the moment - before i forget. For example, tah-licious.
Amazing how quickly they learn NO, isn't it? :)I was pleasantly surprised the other day when I showed my kids a book of "first words," which mostly featured animals and foods - Libra was able to name most of them, and Gemini gamely tried to copy the sounds Libra was making for about two pages. I hadn't realized they had quite that many words! (Although their favorites are still "no" and "mine.")
hello eggsandbakey! Nice to hear from you. Actually I have to say, with Lily, that language has not been an amazingly speedy process, though certainly new words are added every week, if not every day. But I know that a year (probably even 6 months from now) I'll forget how she spoke, what she could say, and it's kind of nice to have somewhere to record it. I would like to make a recording of all the varied ways she has of saying 'no' thought. Definitely a favourite.
This is a list to remember.