Juliet has been talking more and more. On her last daycare 'report card' her daycare provider wrote that she had the most recognisable words of the class. However, there are some words that she has assigned her own meaning. For example: 'bobo'. She used the word to indicate pain, but also uses it to describe something unplesant.
The other day, she found a sippycup with sour milk. She took a mouthfull, then handed it to me saying: "bobo milk."
An other time, she spilt milk on the couch and sat in it. She came to me saying that her wet pants were bobo.
She also says bobo when I buckle her into her carseat. There, I don't know if it is hurting her, or if she does not like it. Since she is just in underwer now, I figure the strap between her legs is uncomfortable.