Monday, July 21, 2008

word to your mother. *UPDATED

i realized i have not written this down so i am now because this is the last time i'll be able to keep track of what she says, she's one step away from sayin it all....

arabellas vocab:

milk
shoe
baby
hello
bye bye
matt
jake
hot dog
beck (becky)
set (seth)
papa
mama
mack (mackie)
mock (mickey mouse)
lolo (logan)
chickie
pants
doggie
cow
eye
eyelis (eyelash)
stinky
poopoo
peepee
go
nana (nawna... for grandma julie)
paki (grandpa)
tee(tree)
fow (flower)
car
lock
door
eat
duck
beed (bread)
foo (food)
wok (work)
key
my
mine
wat (water)
wake
no
love
ice
potty
outch (out)
ot (off)
buck (buckle)
bankie (blanket)
bed
pio (pillow)
all done
all gone
ba (ball)
walk
rock
nana (banana)
back
tuck (cup)
taw (straw)
abee (arabella)
way (away)
amee (amelie)
si (sit)
juice
yog (yogurt)
um... sounds like 'hot cheese' (cottage cheese)
choc (chocolate)
beans
rice
egg
bow (bow or bowl)
uh oh
fye (fire) thats usually when talking about a firetruck
tick (truck)
huggie
kiss
jay (jason)
lee (lady)
guy
sly (slide)
kiki (kitty)
bike
gine (vagina)
boo (booty)
touch
jojo
day
knee
owe
k (always answers k instead of yes)
side (outside)
nigh nigh (night night)
see
shh (with her finger over her mouth)
foe (flo)
oh
pease (please)
fwen (friend)
shwee (swing)

*i forgot to put ka for karl! duhh... and e for erin... also she says boy and gir for boys and girls and when we're out she distinguishes between the two. ... i just wonder what happens when an androgynous person shows up. awkward. she likes to use gir when she does something she's proud of she says 'goo gir' (good girl)

oh and i forgot that she says froggie but it sounds just like 'fuckie' aaaawesome.



shes started making lots of 'sentences' the past month or so... like 'buck outch pease papa' that's if she wants the buckle undone or 'uh oh bowl, pease mama' if she drops her bowl and wants me to get it.... i didn't realize how much she knew until i started writing it all down.... i'm glad that big ol head is being used ;)

and just now when we were at starbucks she said 'eat duck' and i was like uhh... 'eat duck?, we dont eat duck' and then she was like 'papa eat duck' and seth was like 'you want the duckies to eat?' and she said 'k' i had forgotten that we just took her to feed the ducks so then she was saying 'papa duck eat, matt duck eat, ma duck eat' and i said 'you want all of us to feed the duckies' and she was like 'k, k ' . close call.

4 comments:

Flo Oakes said...

She's sooooooooooooooo smart.
I think she says WAY more than the girls did at her age! (and I think they're pretty smart too;)

Amelie is saying about the same amount of words, but she JUST started doing it....

I can't imagine what Ara's gonna be like when she turns 2--chatterbox!

Also..I love how "Gine (vagina)" is just randomly on the list with everything else..I mean..there's no reason for it NOT to be, it's just really really funny.

Karl said...

umm....i clearly remember hearing, on multiple occasions, "ka!" so you might want to update this incomplete and poorly compiled list. asap.

Karl said...

that's better.

antman said...

That is a frickin' awesome list. Ya'll always have it. It is exactly as you said, if you didn't do it now, ya could never get it back.

Great idea. There should be a book to track their vocab, for the first 18 months. A great family heirloom and I know it would add some serious comedy down the road. Mom to daughter/son "yup, you were droppin' the f-bomb at 15 months." :) great post!