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“My baby is very highly educated. They know words, they have the best words. There are no better words mamamamam, right? There is none.”
My second would say mama for everything until she learned more words. This reminds me of that. She is 18 months now and when she gets mad at us she still reverts back to just saying mama over and over again. “MamamaMAAmaMAma” its hard not to laugh thinking what she could be saying lol.
My mom always insisted my first word was watermelon. I have no idea why, I dont even like watermelons. I dug out my baby book to go over some stuff when I got pregnant, and it said first word, daddy 🙄
My LO is babbeling and sometimes it sounds like she says mama, red and au in Norwegian but I don’t belive it’s her first words as she is 12 weeks 😂 but i like to pretend she’s calling for me
Lol! I saw the first post. I try very hard not to be *that* parent, especially because my 3 year old has a speech delay.
According to this, he does speak fluent Canine and Feline, so I guess he’s a genius! 😂😂😂
Pshhhh your dog only speaks woof? Mine is fluent in arf, yip, yowl, aruuuuu, and very proficient in grrrrrrrrrr when a stranger walks past.
Winds me up so much when babies start babbling and go “dadada” or “mamamama” and people announce their kid just said their first word 🤦🏻♀️