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As DS1 didn't start talking until about 4 months ago the fact that Tobey says anything is pretty exciting to me. So I was wondering what all the others are saying too?

We have:
Mama
Dada
Dander (Alexander)
Nana (Grandma)
Narner (banana)
Yog yog (yoghurt)
Gen (again)

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We don't have many words here
Dada
Mama (rarely)
Nana
No (sometimes)
Ta (starting to use more often)

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mama
dada

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We have nothing consistent and nothing more than babbling I'd say. Of course my DS didn't talk til he was around 2 so I'm not shocked.

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Simon says Mama and Dada, and kitty (more like itty). Everything else he pretty much refers to as dee. LOL! He babbles alot too.

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Nothing consistent here. She acts like she's trying to copy words I say occasionally, but that's it.

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Nothing really consistent here either. She was saying mama but that's not cool anymore apparently. She babbles incessantly though. She occasionally comes out with mama, daddy, kitty, doddie (doggy), and I think she's said wadda (water).

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Eleanor waves and says Hi after we say it to her. Many times it's 5 minutes later. She does the mama thing when she is tired. That's it.

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mama, dada, dye dye (for bye, always accompanied by a wave), na-na, for nurse/milk, and the rest is complete jargon!

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My children love to talk.. maybe too much sometimes lol

Chloe says:
Hi and bye while waving
no
bubba
lilly (my parents dog)
Mom and dada
and she babbles alot too lol

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Absolutely nothing over here. Everything is "da da da da da da DA!" lol.

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DS1 didn't talk until 2 so I was so suprised that Odin was saying stuff a few months back.

Mama
Dada
Nana (nursing)
cat
up
that
what that
moe (more)
Yeah

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Dada
Momma
BYYYEEEE
No (shakes head too...lol)

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Natalie is a talker.. I will admit she has been one of my "talkiest" kids at this age.. hehe..

Hi
mama
dada
uh oh
more
boo
and she will mimick alot of what I try to get her say..within reason of course..

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Lainey has a lot of words, but she has a chatterbox older sister to try to keep up with!

Hi
Bye
Mama
Dada
Da (dog)
Kkkk-iy (kitty)
PaaPaa (Papaw - Grandpa)
Nana (not sure what this is in reference to)
Baby
uh oh
hat
dat (that)
yeah

And she signs - milk, more, food, hat, and she has her own sign for tired/nap

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Still just dada here, and lots of babbling. It is too cute. Sometimes it seems like he is trying to copy what we are saying, but that's about it.

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Sophie doesn't shut up ever! LOL Smile However, it's a lot of babble... none of it makes sense! What she does say, is "momma" "dadda" "nana" (though that's rare) "uh-oh" and lately she's been saying "da" or "dat" and pointing at something specific so we think is for "that" or "what's that?" Lol...

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Mama
Baba (for bottle)
Bye bye (while waving)
What's that
Uh oh
Dora :rolleyes: