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Bri’s Words

For the last few months, Bri has been cooing and laughing. But recently she has repeated a few words over and over (and over.) Her favorite word, by far, is Hey. She says it with all sorts of intonations. Mostly, though, she sounds like Eeyore.
Her second favorite word is Dada. And the first time she said Dada her Daddy was actually in the room. She has not figured out that certain words apply to certain people/objects yet. But she can say Dada on cue if we prompt her.
Most recently, she said Gaga for the first time. It was last Thursday, when we went home for a visit with my in-laws. The amazing part of the story, is that she was sitting in Gaga’s lap at the time. Now, for those of you who are not familiar with our family, Gaga is my Hubster’s grandmother. And all of the grandkids, most of whom are older than we are, still call her Gaga to this day. Although, my Hubby was slightly embarrassed the first time he introduced me to her. Anyway, she was absolutely thrilled, as you can imagine, when Bri said Gaga while sitting in her lap! It was pretty neat!

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  1. Let the fun begin! How neat that Bri said “Gaga” while in her Gaga’s lap. 🙂

    Annalie’s first word, while straining to reach my aunt’s cat, was “Kih! Kih!” Yes, her first word was “kitty,” probably because she heard me say it fifty thousand times a day to our two cats. She said “Mama” about a week later and has not stopped saying it since. 😉

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