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    Mum was DD's first word at about 8 months or so, then Dad then Nan then bottle then Pop then Nana (Banana) and Bat (for cat!)

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    first word was mama, 7-8 months

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    DS has always been quite ahead with his words but didn't do the physical things as early as most eg: didn't crawl until 9 months where most of his friends did at 6 months or so.

    He is very quiet most of the time and doesn't really babble only says the words he knows, we have an animal book that ive read to him every night since he was born, he knows the names of all the animals and the sound they make too

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    My DS first word was mum (about 8mths) then more, ta, dad, uh-oh...he's 12mths now..

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    My dd said Mum and Dad-dad at around 7 months, but not necessarily meaningfully. Now, at 9 months she says 'up' and 'clap' and 'bra-ba' ('brother' - my ds's name is too hard for her to say) quite meaningfully and the other day I thought she said something that sounded like 'row row' when we did 'row, row, row your boat'. She says Mum, daddad and bubba all the time, but despite her other words I'm not convinced she understands that she should say 'mum' for me and 'dad' for her daddy.


 

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