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ABEAD! BEAD BEAD BEAD!
Great. Because "bead" comes in so handy in so many conversations.
SAY MAMA. SAY MAMA ALREADY GODDAMMIT.
Oh, please don't let his next word be goddammit. Oh, please hell no.
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Goddammit these beads are pissing me off!
I swear, Jojo's first word was "minions." And I think we knew then that we were in for it.
Am I first! No way!
Bead. How bead you? How things bead? Noah...it's bead-time, get your PJ's!
Lol. I'm with you on the Gawdammit. I'm sure that Oh Shit will be my first child's favorite phrase. I've already given up, and I haven't had him yet.
My 8 year old was caught muttering the F-word when he couldn't get something to go right. Guess who had to stop cussing? Dammit.
my darling little girl just said her first word the other night at fred Myers...
Ball drops on the ground
Sweet innocent eyes look up at me
momma... oh shit...gone.
Where's the video? I like seeing (and hearing) Noah in action!
Unbelievably cute little jacket he's wearing!I love it!
Jeez, he look about 13 in last photo -- a glimpse at the teenage years! (He will be saying Mama by then, I promise)
Someday he will be saying Mama constantly and you'll wish he'd shut the fuck up. Trust me on this.
Will he preface everything with 'a'?
Seth, who is now 8, had a moment, when he was 2.
We were packed in my stepmom's car, sightseeing in Greenwich Village. Seth was sandwiched between me and my dad.
He looked my dad in the eye. He laid his chubby, innocent little hand on my dad. And, with a smile, said...
My dad's all, "Hmmmm...wonder where he learned THAT."
But if that IS his next word... rest assured he will use it with flair at the MOST inopportune time. And you will pretend to be embarrassed but on the inside you will glow with pride.... right?
I love that last picture. How do you get it to look like that? is it your camera or something you did to the picture?
His first sentence will be "Goddammit Mama abead aball?"
My sister-in-law's son spoke really late. He went from pointing and grunting to sentences. However, his first sentence was 'Goddammit! Daddy got the mail!'
There are definitely days when "mama" is overrated, especially when repeated in an endless barrage. You may even be tempted to poke your ear drums out. And other days when it is the second best word you'll ever hear. The best word is "Dada" in the middle of the night.
Next you'll be teaching him "I need to get my drink on."
Chip's first word was "Dada", then our DOG's name, then finally "Mama." Toddlers are fuckers. Don't let him get you down.
I heart aNoah.
Video, post haste, aplease.
As long as he hasn't said Dada yet, you're okay. :)
Phew...I'm not the only one who can't seem to get their kid to say momma!!! My kids first word? Book. I can take no credit for that one. It's all about the daycare teachers. Good thing I've got them around.
(and look...finally able to leave a comment! Hooray!)
I never knew a kid who had one of those bead sets at home! I thought they were only in doctor's offices- where I couldn't play with them for fear of germs. Crazy-ass mother!
My oldest daughter didn't say Mama until she was 18mos. It was, by then, a game for her since she could sense that it was something really important to me. She had such a large vocabulary for her age--could even carry on somewhat of a conversation--but every time I asked her to say "mama", she'd smile at me and say, "bye-bye"! Little shit.
Harry had one of those bead things when he was a baby. It was detached from any table so oftentimes it was on the floor and I'd accidentally step in it and almost kill myself ALL THE TIME. Good times.
My oldest son was contrary with his words, too. Wouldn't say mama or grandmom, but his first two sentences were "I like ketchup" and "Barker on NOW!" Yeah, he was addicted to the Price is Damn Right. Yippee, fun times trying to explain why Barker was not on because the space shuttle blowing up is more important. That was his first major temper tantrum. Damn I'm old...
I'm with Judy. Please, no more. Stop speaking to me!!! No more mommy, mom, mama, hey you, lady, woman, your majesty (yes, really), poopie head, or any words hurled in my general direction. If duct tape wouldn't seem so inhumane my flickr account would be covered in it.
I had this same conversation with my friend just today. I'm proud my 15 month old says car, star, tree, side (for outside) and barks with the dog, but I'd LOVE to hear more or all finished. Something useful, please!
My daughter, at the tender age of two, did utter with piercing clarity the F word in front of my father. I tried to tell him that what she's rally said was FORK, but he's old and therefore able to spot the F word for real when he hears it!
That babah be looking a lot like you.
Maybe you need to teach him to say amama instead... ;-)
He's totally gonna say "asshat" I just know it!! hee!
Hmm, maybe if you and Jason start using "Mama" like a cuss word? Oh, mama, this mama thing won't mama work!
My husband says "Oh crap," alot, like when he drops things or misses a highway exit, that sort of thing.
The other day we were at my mums and she was changing his diaper upstairs, Jude (my son) knocked the box of wipes off the bed and said, "Oh cap."
My mother called downstairs, "Did Jude just say 'Oh crap'?" Um... Yes. But he doesn't just know how to say it, he knows what context to use it in... that's something I guess...
Oh. And "mama" is probably his most used word, and believe me, sometimes I wish he would just say, "dada".
Omigod I actually know something about babies that hasn't been mentioned yet! (This is very exciting for me, because I don't have children and usually know jack squat about babies)
The "m" sound is usually the hardest one to make for babies, so "mama" tends to come a long time after "dada". It's nature's cruel joke on mothers.
Aw...what happened to his buzz cut???
My first word was cookie. Everything was a cookie. Mama was a cookie.
Now the only words out of my mouth are 'fuck' and 'wine'.
Pray that your child doesn't turn out like me.
(Does this talking thing mean no more ending sentences with 'and shit', around him?)
My 22 month old thinks the magic word is "shit" not "please"!
We just stay home :)
I think she'll grow up to just like her mama!
We have that same bead toy and my boys (3 and almost 5) still play with it on occasion. Heck, even I like to play with it!
He is so cute, your little preshus.
Knowing your luck shit will be next on the list. Then he'll combine them with bead & ball and you'll have shit-bead and shit-aball all over!
Maybe if you referred to yourself like an object? "Look Noah, its Amama. Mama. Mama. Mama. Amama." *lol*
I was so pleased when I could blame my husband for teaching our ten month old "oh crap", pleased that he didn't learn it from me.
His next word will be SHIT and people will smile and laugh because he is so cute ;-)
Yesterday in the car my two-year-old dropped something and goes "Fuck!". And my totally appropriate response? "What happened, baby?"
Yeah, don't worry about it. He'll be saying "goddamnit Mama" soon enough.
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