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    Default Cute things ur toddler says

    Our DD is 21 months.

    She says 'num yum yum' when she sees food or eats

    'Cuggles' for cuddles and comes up to you with open arms

    'Loves u' about 100 times a day lol

    'wawer' for water

    'pooh pooh' and taps her bum when shes done a u know what!!

    So many more i cant think of right now

    So what funny/ cute things does ur toddler say?



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    Yesterday my DS pointed to his tummy and said "ther a baby here too"

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    haha cute....Ellie points at any child she sees and yells 'baby!!' The kid is like 4!!

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    I just posted a video of DD2 on fb actually. She talks non stop. If she wants to dance in her room she comes and yells at me 'Muummmm, BALLET musssiiiicccc!"

    If I start to sing she says "STOPPPP!"

    And yes, we get cuggles too. She actually talks in sentences and it is so cute.

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    My fave is "blah blah blah, boo hoo"
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    We also get 'cuggles'. Usually he goes 'awwww Mama, cuggles!' and wraps his arms around my legs. Makes me melt every single time.

    He also hides around the house and waits for me to say 'Where is he?' before he jumps out smiling and says 'There he is!'

    His latest game is to say 'Hello' to everyone and everything. As in if I give him a mandarin he'll say 'Hello manrin!' or when he wakes up and sees his toys in the morning 'Hello teddy!'

    He'll also say 'oh no poooooeeey!' and scrunch his nose up because of the smell.

    Yesterday he also said 'wooooah cool cars!' when I got out some new cars for him. I didn't know he knew the word 'cool'!

    Heaps more random things, had a bit of a language explosion recently. I love this age!

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    Its like having a little parrot following u around!

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    My DD is 22months. She too does the "cuggles" and says hello to everything thing. Every morning when I take her grobag off its "hello belly, hello toes!" she also says "night night" to them every night too.

    Her latest thing is saying, "oopsy daisy" when dropping anything.

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    DS2 is hilarious and very cute - problem is he knows it

    Lately we've had 'my not naughty ' (usually straight after returning from his dad's house)

    'oh! dat was kwose!' (translation - OH! that was close)

    'my do it!!' - says Mr Independent

    'Mum? I wuv you '

    There are just so many. One of the funniest things DS1 said when he was really little :-

    Me - oh darlin, look at you. You're eyes look like they're going to fall out of your head (cos he was so tired). He gave me this weird disbelieving look, then tilted his head forward and shook it back and forth, looked up at me and said 'no they not mum, they stuck!'



    Honestly, who needs to pay to see comedians after having kids?? LOL

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    I reckon sooo entertaining!!

    I just thought of another thing DD does. When she gets told off she looks at us and goes 'love u' everytime.

    How can anyone stay mad at that?!!!??

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