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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

The Talker and Blue Eyes

“Whad’ll ya SAY? Whad’ll ya SAY? Whad’ll ya SAY?” My 19-month old son’s words ring in my head.

The Talker has recently learned to say “please” and “thank you” (they actually sound like “pleeee” and “DA-say”). And then he started imitating the question that I ask him countless times in a day. He walks around the house, waving his hands around saying, “Whad’ll ya SAY?”
In fact, he has come to the point where he is learning new words so fast! He can sing “Alleluia,” hum “dun-dun-daaaa,” ask for a “nana” (banana), eat his “sp-GEEE” (spaghetti), say “weeee” when I drive the car on a hill, and of course call for “Mommy” and “Daddy.”

Meanwhile, Blue Eyes is the exact opposite of her brother, even at 8 months old. The Talker has always been a vocal child. He has baby-talked almost since he started to smile. Blue Eyes, on the other hand, rarely ever “talks.” She cries when she needs something, yells when she wants attention, and laughs when she’s being tickled. We don’t often get to hear her sweet little voice making “goo-goo-ga-ga” sounds. I don’t really think she gets a chance to speak with such an overbearing older brother. It sure is fun to see them growing up…and they have such a long way to go still! I’m enjoying every minute of it!

Check out pictures of my munchkins by clicking on the photos to the right.

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  • At 8:23 AM, Anonymous Leo said…

    I have a 3 year old and a 5 mos old daughter. The oldest talks like theres no tomorrow and requires alot of attention. We have just started hearing coos and yells (ga-ga's at the top of her lungs) from the 5 mos old. It is a beautiful age. I certainly do not look forward to seeing them grown up.


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